Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6Math Related Careers Studying math can lead to a career as a mathe- matician or statistician. Most people, however, use their math and problem-solving skills to succeed in careers in computer science, the skilled trades, business, science, or engineering. Computer Science Careers Every business and industry today relies heavily on computers. If you like math and want to work with computers, take a look at these careers. Computer programmer Computer support specialist Database administer Information systems manager The Skilled Trades There are excellent job opportunities in the skilled trades, and many of these careers require two years or less of education or training. If you’re good at math and like to work with your hands, consider one of these careers. Automotive technician Aviation mechanic Carpenter Draftsman Electrician Heating and AC technician Machinist Plumber Surveyor Tool and die maker Information security analysts Software developer Systems analyst Website developer Computer Science Careers Every business and industry today relies heavily on computers. If you like math and want to work with computers, take a look at these careers. Computer programmer Computer support specialist Database administer Information systems manager The Skilled Trades There are excellent job opportunities in the skilled trades, and many of these careers require two years or less of education or training. If you’re good at math and like to work with your hands, consider one of these careers. Automotive technician Aviation mechanic Carpenter Draftsman Electrician Heating and AC technician Machinist Plumber Surveyor Tool and die maker Information security analysts Software developer Systems analyst Website developer