Q: What jobs are requires math?

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It is important to have a job. A few jobs that require the least amount or easiest math are cashiers, customer service associate and stocker.

Really low paid ones.no job is math free. even prostitution requires math. man up and learn it or you will be screwed in life.

Jobs excluding math are jobs excluding human beings

No every job requires some sort of math.

Baking requires a lot of math. you need to use math when you measure. if you have to convert anything that requires math.

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If you are interested in verifying the accuracy of your paycheck, ALL jobs are math-related.

Most of the higher paying jobs require you have a understanding of geometry, trig, and calculus. Lower paying jobs mainly require an understanding of the basics of algrebra. If you wish to persue a job, you will need to study 1-2 years of algebra, even McDonalds requires this.

All of the good ones, where the work is interesting, the pay is decent, your body can keep it up for more than a few years, and there are even better jobs that you can get promoted into if you stay clean and get things done. Even truck driving requires reading and math skills.

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Accounting, teaching, astronaut, mathmetician, scientist, pilot... Electrician, paper boy, store clerk, golf pro, boxer, bikini model and almost everything. Every job that will give you a pay check requires math. If you do not have an understanding of math you are unemployable.

Being a math teacher! ========== Just about every job requires some math but some that are particularly math intensive include: Engineer Accountant Financial analyst Actuary Surveyor Physicist Chemist Software engineer System engineer ... and of course Mathematician