This third edition of the immensely popular 101 Careers in Mathematics contains updates on the career paths of individuals profiled in the first and second editions, along with many new profiles. No career counselor should be without this valuable resource. The authors of the essays in this volume describe a wide variety of careers for which a background in the mathematical sciences is useful. Each of the jobs presented shows real people in real jobs. Their individual histories demonstrate how the study of mathematics was useful in landing well-paying jobs in predictable places such as IBM, ATaT, and American Airlines, and in surprising places such as FedEx Corporation, L.L. Bean, and Perdue Farms, Inc. You will also learn about job opportunities in the Federal Government as well as exciting careers in the arts, sculpture, music, and television. There are really no limits to what you can do if you are well prepared in mathematics. The degrees earned by the authors profiled here range from bacheloras to masteras to PhD in approximately equal numbers. Most of the writers use the mathematical sciences on a daily basis in their work. Others rely on the general problem-solving skills acquired in mathematics as they deal with complex issues.Air Traffic Control aamp; Combat ID United States Navy BS/MS Mathematics Indiana University of Pennsylvania MBA Norwich ... Math was always my favorite subject and it came easy for me, so pursuing a degree in mathematics seemed obvious.
|Title||:||101 Careers in Mathematics, 3rd Edition|
|Publisher||:||The Mathematical Association of America - 2014-03-04|