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If you focus on basic arithmetics its pretty much any job, when it comes to more sophisticated maths I would say

- Math teacher
- Engineer
- Computer scientist
- Economist
- Actuary
- Biologist (most of them)
- ...

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banker

cashier- working in a shop

math teacher

(and lots more that i cant think of!)

the army their tools use math

Q: What job uses math?

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Almost every job uses some math. The type and amount depend on the job. If you find a job that never uses any math, we suspect that the pay rate for that job and the people hired to do it are both perfectly matched to the total absence of math.

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Every job uses some form of mathIt really depends on if you're talking about the types of difficulties in math or just not using math. A job at a large corporation will surely use more complicated math than a normal cashier at a store.

Math (or maths) is not a job and so engineering does not use math as a job!Math (or maths) is not a job and so engineering does not use math as a job!Math (or maths) is not a job and so engineering does not use math as a job!Math (or maths) is not a job and so engineering does not use math as a job!

A math teacher is the job that uses prime and composite numbers.

Basically any job in which you'll regularly do lots of math - such as jobs in science or engineering.

100% of jobs use algebra in some form or another.

No every job requires some sort of math.

Uh, math teacher.

math uses the scientific method