 Career Information (SIAM)  Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Examples of questions addressed by applied mathematics  whether genetic engineering, designer drugs, diesel engines, digital TV, financial markets, paper mills, electric power, insurance rates, inflation statistics, computer chips, compact disks, credit cards, car doors, or circuit boards, mathematics is everywhere in modern business and industry. Contents include: Applied Mathematicians and Computational Scientists; The Industrial Environment; What Employers Expect; Preparing for Industrial Employment; and Profiles in Mathematics. See, in particular, SIAM's primer Thinking of a Career in Applied Mathematics?
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 Employment and Careers (AMS)  American Mathematical Society
The AMS Employment Services section includes an overview, EIMS (Employment Information in the Mathematical Sciences) Employment Listings, a Mathematical Sciences Employment Center, Job Seeker's List, Graduate Student Services, AMS Standard Cover Sheet, AMSMAASIAM Project for NonAcademic Employment, Other Electronic Career Resources, and Career Information for High School Students, and fellowship and funding announcements. The site also includes career and employment articles.
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 Online Classifieds (NCTM)  National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
An advertising service of nctm.org. Listings of jobs (positions available and wanted in math education), math announcements, and math products online.
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 Resources for Undergraduates in Mathematics (MAA)  Mathematical Association of America
Answers and links to sites that answer questions such as: What can I do with a math major? Where can I find help on finding the first job? What has been the experience of other students? What are some other resources?
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 Science, Math, and Engineering Career Resources (PhDs.Org)  Geoff Davis; Dartmouth College
Information for scientists and wouldbe scientists at all levels, from high school students through Nobel laureates. Finding Employment; Required Reading (articles on the current job market problems for Ph.D.s; Postdocs; Graduate School; Career Information; Information Technology; Recommended Links; Teaching; Undergraduate Research and Education; and The Big Picture  important issues affecting the scientific community and academia.
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 We Use Math  BYU Mathematics Department
From actuary to urban planner, read short descriptions of the scores of careers that use math  or log in to submit your own career entry. Each occupation's writeup includes its salary range, educational background, the specific math courses it requires, when math is used in that line of work, its potential employers, facts, and citations. "How to succeed in math" lists seven suggestions for getting ahead in your math education. Resources for teachers include posters, tshirts, and other materials bearing positive math slogans; downloadable multimedia, including the "We Use Math" video; and a flow chart mapping the basic path in undergraduate mathematics training. Math in Real Life" includes "Math Makes You Smarter"; "Math Will Rock Your World"; and other articles on advanced degrees and professional schools, and the fifteen most lucrative college degrees. Tidbits provide curiosities such as celebrity math majors (Art Garfunkel, Teri Hatcher, Michael Jordan, Wimbledon champion Virginia Wade, Pro Bowl quarterback Frank Ryan).
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