# What career should I do if I like math and science?

## What career should I do if I like math and science?

Actuary.

**What career uses a lot of math?**

Data scientist is one of the best jobs for math majors with advanced quantitative skills: Data scientist topped the list of satisfying careers in a CareerCast.com survey. Most positions call for at least a master’s degree in math and statistics; some employers look for candidates with a PhD.

### What can you study with maths and science?

Learn more about some of the most common math and science careers you can choose to pursue:

- Pharmacy technician.
- Math teacher.
- Aircraft mechanic.
- Electrician.
- Landscape designer.
- Science teacher.
- Cartographer.
- Chemist.

**What can I study if I like maths?**

So let’s look at some rewarding careers for those who love mathematics and numbers.

- Statistician.
- Mathematician.
- Operations Research Analyst.
- Actuary.
- Data Analyst/ Business Analyst/ Big Data Analyst.
- Economist.
- Market Researcher.
- Psychometrician.

## Do doctors use math?

But generally, physicians use math when they write prescriptions or administer medication, reading X-rays, they use three-dimensional calculations as well two-dimensional X-rays, and when drawing up statistical graphs of epidemics or success rates of treatments.

**What is the highest paying math job?**

Best Jobs For Math Majors in 2019

Rank | Job Title | Mid-Career Pay |
---|---|---|

Rank:1 | Actuary | Mid-Career Pay:$135,000 |

2 | Senior Data Scientist | Mid-Career Pay:$127,000 |

3 | Data Scientist | Mid-Career Pay:$113,000 |

4 | Data Engineer | Mid-Career Pay:$111,000 |