what kind of job can I get using math skills?
I love mathematics, and want to use my skills for a job. I am currently studying Physics, but I don't know what kind of job to look for. Plus, I have no "college degree".
Asked By: Celeste H - 9/15/2008
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I love mathematics too, so differently, that I want it to change how its taught at school, especially high school... But learning mathematics is everything that you do, it has relationship with nature, the universe... The Greeks, Mayans, Chinese, many other civilizations have used the oldest principles we know for... More
Answered By: J - 9/17/2008
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You could look at bookkeeping and accounting. However, with no college degree, you might have a hard time convincing anyone to hire you for a job that requires you use very much of your brain. Other than an ability to add and subtract, what other skills do you have?
Answered By: jplrvflyer - 9/15/2008
Try the Boston based company "Mathworks" ( http://www.mathworks.com/ ) . They use complex mathematical models to applied sciences
Answered By: Neeru - 9/15/2008
Well if you have no college degree, I would have to say a bookkeeper. Bookkeeping is pretty much a step down from an accountant. Math, math, math all day long!! It's actually a pretty cool job! Your responsibilities include but is not limited to keeping records, doing trial balances, paying bills, etc... More
Answered By: ladygiv6224 - 9/15/2008
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