Mathematicians held about 2,500 jobs in 2004. Many people with mathematical backgrounds also worked in other occupations. For example, about 53,000 people held positions as post secondary mathematical science teachers in 2004.
Many mathematicians work for Federal or State governments. The US. Department of Defense is the primary Federal employer, accounting for about three-fourths of the mathematicians employed by the Federal Government. Many of the other mathematicians employed by the Federal Government work for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). In the private sector, major employers include scientific research and development services and management, scientific, and technical consulting services. Some mathematicians also work for software publishers, insurance companies, and in aerospace or pharmaceutical manufacturing.
Source: HTTP://www.collegegrad.com/careers/Mathematicians.shtml#natAnswerMath is also used in a number of other professions. Accountants and Engineers use a great deal of math. Most managers will use math to analyze their results or prepare projections and even a cashier has to count change.
how do they use math
they use wor count
in everyday life you always use math without knowing it
All of them. And it is 'daily jobs'.
Engineering, construction, etc.
no a cook use neither
police men , or fire men
Video game designer
i need to do this for math class
They measure how long and how wide
A math teacher!
many jobs do not use math like killing eating pie having a dump selling a cornflake on eBay copying and pasting from the internet watching porn
Every job uses math in some form. Scientist seems like an easy answer, but all fields rely on math.
all of them, every job involves some sort of math, however accountancy and financial jobs tend to use the most amount of math
Jobs excluding math are jobs excluding human beings
Almost all jobs use simple math, if only to find out your pay check, but for serious math topics such as physics and calculus... those are really only needed by engineers, architects, computer programmers, etc.
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Yes. We don't always notice the use of math, in the jobs we do, but all jobs involve the use of math in one form or another. We teach Math in school because in our modern world we do need to know some Math. However some careers need less difficult Math then others.
No job does not use math! Math is one of those things that is everywhere. Kind of depressing. *sigh* On the bright side, some jobs use less math than others! :) Although I think of writing as a job without math :)
An accountant uses math every day. They add, subtract and multiply everyday