What is the best job for someone who loves math, especially calculus?

I want to find a major that will guide me towards a job that involves a ton of math, if not all. I really love calculus and plan on majoring in math anyways. I'm just worried I won't like engineering but that seems to be all anyone ever tells me.

Asked By: GEDDINGS B - 8/8/2010
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Answered By: MathsPHD - 8/8/2010
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Tutoring :)
Answered By: Kamesh Shah - 8/8/2010
Professor of Mathematics. You get to research new maths all day. Apart from that, lots of jobs in the financial sector.
Answered By: Kesh M - 8/8/2010
Engineering and Physics
Answered By: Blue Beach - 8/8/2010
Actuary. I have a good friend majoring in math. He needs a BA to be able to get a job as an actuary. They calculate life insurance like Ben Stiller in "Along Came Polly" the movie. He sees if it is worth increasing the price of life insurance or not. You should probably consider it.
Answered By: ayadsadda15 - 8/8/2010
calculus was invented for needs of physics and engineering!!! so the best field would be that!! apart from that calculus is needed in the financial sector too, but not as much so u could always be a prefessor in the subject!
Answered By: A square E - 8/8/2010
Mathematics is a perfectly good field to go into. It's most likely one of the more difficult undergraduate majors. But if you love it and you're good at it, then that what matters... More
Answered By: emory - 8/8/2010
math professor
Answered By: kim t - 8/8/2010
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