Students who graduate with a degree in Mathematics or Computer Science can work in almost any field due to their skills being needed and applicable universally.
Common Careers for Mathematics Graduates
Many career fields are in need of employees with a high-level understanding of mathematics.
|Elementary School Teacher||$61,350||4%|
|High School Teacher||$61,820||5%|
|Market Research Analyst||$63,920||19%|
|Mathematician and Statistician||$96,280||31%|
|Middle School Teacher||$61,320||4%|
|Personal Financial Advisor||$94,170||15%|
|Property Appraisers and Assessors||$61,340||4%|
|Operations Research Analyst||$82,360||23%|
Common Careers for Computer Science Graduates
Computer Science graduates are needed in almost every industry to serve their technology needs.
|Computer and Information Research Scientists||$131,490||21%|
|Computer and Information Systems Managers||$159,010||16%|
|Computer Hardware Engineer||$128,170||5%|
|Computer Network Architect||$120,520||4%|
|Computer Support Specialist||$57,910||6%|
|Computer Systems Analyst||$99,270||7%|
|Information Security Analysts||$102,600||35%|
|Network and Computer Systems Administrator||$80,600||3%|
|Software Developers, Quality Assurance Analysts and Testers||$109,020||25%|
|Web Developers and Digital Designers||$78,300||23%|
Computer Science Majors With GIS Minor/Cert
|Cartographers and Photogrammetrists||$68,900||3%|
|Conservation Scientists and Foresters||$63,750||5%|
|Geological and Hydrologic Technicians||$50,080||4%|
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