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  • 4 years ago

RC all high ranked mathematic group members (30-100lvl): What are the stand out perks to getting an college education in mathemtics? Career opportunities, experiences, and so on....?

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  1. anonymous
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    No one rushing to answer this one. guess that might be saying something about what an education in mathematics will get you.

  2. Rogue
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    Although you may get some very high paying jobs, its not very fun doing math all your life :P

  3. anonymous
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    and what is your experience with math?

  4. anonymous
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    I imagine it would be quite fun and I don't imagine that the job market is very good for math majors.

  5. Rogue
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    Well, I like math, its one of my favorite subjects; however math projects all my life would be fairly boring for me...

  6. Rogue
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    Yes, its very hard getting jobs in mathematics as they require a very high levels of skill and there aren't that many...

  7. Rogue
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    Well, are you speaking about pure mathematics & analysis, or engineering & design math?

  8. anonymous
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    I suppose both but I am sure the latter has a better job market

  9. anonymous
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    So what do you intend on doing for your studies?

  10. Rogue
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    Yes, latter has a much better job market. For the former, some professions include statistician, actuary, computer scientist, & advanced science researcher.

  11. Rogue
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    Currently, I'm only a Junior in High School, but I'm looking towards medicine for now.

  12. anonymous
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    well good luck. . The only reason I asked this question is because there seems to be a big blur of what to expect after college. After a while the academic driven atmosphere seems to clutter your perception of what to expect after school. This then messes with goals and aspirations. It would be nice to get a perspective from some professionals but it seems to lack everywhere.

  13. Rogue
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    Yeah, you should ask college professors or try to find professionals somehow and get their point of view on this.

  14. anonymous
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    Yeah the medical field has a reliable job outlook, maybe :(), but for some the idea of living under the giant companies that rule the medical field is distasteful.

  15. anonymous
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    I doubt I would get much of an input my "busy" professors.

  16. Rogue
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    Hehe, professors are so lazy... Most of them aren't really that busy...

  17. anonymous
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    I know! Bums..

  18. Rogue
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    Well, think carefully about what you want to do. Ask many people, get different perspectives, do more research, etc. I wish you good luck on your future :D

  19. anonymous
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    Thanks thanks thanks. luck to you as well.

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