Mathematics Careers

Mathematics Careers

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With an undergraduate degree:

  • "Currently, chances of these graduates finding work in occupations in which they usually look for work are rated 'Good' … Over the next five years, this outlook is not expected to change..."
  • "These graduates are expected to be relatively successful when searching for jobs as mathematicians, statisticians, actuaries, computer programmers, and information systems and data processing managers. Employment opportunities are expected to be most plentiful in the business services, finance and insurance sectors of the economy, which are expected to grow strongly over the 1999-2004 period."

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With a graduate degree:

  • "Graduates usually found work as mathematicians, statisticians, actuaries, computer programmers or university professors. They worked for computer companies, in government departments or agencies, in universities and in banks."
  • "Currently, chances of these graduates finding work in occupations in which they usually look for work are rated 'Good' ...Over the next five years, this outlook is not expected to change..."
  • "These graduates are expected to have more success when searching for jobs as mathematicians, statisticians, actuaries, systems analysts and information systems and data processing managers. Employment opportunities are expected to be the most plentiful in the business services and finance and insurance sectors of the economy and the least plentiful in the government sector."

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