Real Careers for Mathematics degrees

A Mathematics degree teaches essential job skills such as problem solving, logic, reasoning, abstract thinking and critical thinking. Quantitative skills are now basic requirements for most jobs in the future, especially for STEM careers in science, technology, engineering, and finance.

Take a look at the link below for real life examples of Mathematics graduates working in a variety of workplace settings.






By Tara Ryan
Tara Ryan Career Counselor, College of Sciences Tara Ryan