## General

**Career Columns from the Mess.**

Collection of career ideas from columns written by Professor Kay Smith for the Spring 2002 Math Mess**Why Math? From Humke**

Professor Paul Humke’s career information page.**Sloan Career Cornerstone Center**

Information on careers, preparation, profiles of mathematicaticians, etc,

This site covers science and engineering as well as mathematics.**Resources for Undergraduates in Mathematics**From the Mathematical Association of America.

**The AMS/SIAM Career Page**

Profiles of many successful mathematicians.**A List of Available Guides to Careers in Mathematics**

From the Canadian Mathematical Society.**Jobs in Industry**(see SIAM’s online brochure)**Occupational Outlook Handbook (Bureau of Labor Statistics)**(see especially the section on mathematics)**On-Line Job Information and Listing Services (AMS)****Career Links from Cal State Fullerton**

## Actuarial Science

## Financial Mathematics

**Financial Mathematics information and job opportunities, from Georgia Tech****Schools offering graduate study in Financial Mathematics, from the International Association of Financial Engineers**

## Industrial and Applied Mathematics

**Click here to see videos of industrial and applied mathematicians describing their “real world” work.**

From the Mathematical Association of America.

## Mathematics Education

**Be A Math Teacher**

From the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.**Jobs in Mathematics Education in Institutions of Higher Education**

From the AMS Notices.