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Great Jobs for Math Majors by
Call Number: Ref QA 10.5 .L36 2006
Publication Date: 2005
Contents: pt. 1. The job search -- 1. The self-assessment -- 2. The résumé and cover letter -- 3. Researching careers and networking -- 4. Interviewing and job offer considerations -- pt. 2. The career paths -- 5. Introduction to the mathematics career paths -- 6. The math job you know best -- 7. Jobs using math as the primary skill -- 8. Working toward an advanced degree -- 9. Math in the marketplace.
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Call Number: EBSCOhost e-book version
Publication Date: 1999
Contents: pt. 1. Job search -- ch. 1. Self-assessment -- ch. 2. Resume and cover letter -- ch. 3. Researching careers -- ch. 4. Networking -- ch. 5. Interviewing -- ch. 6. Networking or interviewing follow-up -- ch. 7. Job offer considerations -- ch. 8. Graduate school choice -- pt. 2. Career paths -- ch. 9. Introduction to the mathematics career paths -- ch. 10. Path 1: the math job you know best, teaching -- ch. 11. Path 2: Math as a primary skill: actuary, mathematician, statistician, and operations research analyst -- ch. 12. Path 3: working toward an advanced degree: marketing, research, or financial analyst -- ch. 13. Path 4: math in the marketplace: buyer, sales representative, and purchasing agent.
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