Any mathematics student with a love for problem solving can look forward to a fulfilling career. The skills you develop while studying mathematics are in high demand, and there is no shortage of interesting jobs that will use your analytical, problem-solving, and logic skills. Here are some of the careers a math student can consider:
Students in bachelor’s degree programs for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics will benefit most from an increase in average starting salaries in 2016. According to a new report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the average salary for bachelor’s-degree graduates from the Class of 2016 is up 3.8% overall and STEM majors saw even larger increases.
Waste filters are not the most exciting product but they are vital to modern life: people rely on clean, flowing water free of garbage. What people may not know is that the geometry of these waste filters is key to catching all the debris, while keeping water flowing freely.
That is where Sumanth Swaminathan came in. With his colleagues at W.L. Gore & Associates, which makes a range of industrial and medical products like Gore-Tex and Glide dental floss, Swaminathan combined geometry and fluid dynamics to improve waste filters.