A degree in Mathematics, especially if accompanied by transcript showing good grades in Math courses, signals to a prospective employer that you are capable of learning the kinds of analytical procedures that are required in a given job or profession, even if those procedures are not specifically mathematical

By studying Math you:

- Develop self confidence and positive attitude.
- Become creative and open-minded
- Develop the habit of critical thinking
- Become hardworking patient and persevering

Such skills and attitudes are highly valued by employers as well as graduate and professional schools.

Employers recognize that if you can do Math , you can do any job that calls for precise analysis and careful deduction.

Who hires Math graduates?

Mathematics graduates have the opportunities to work in:

- Accounting firms
- Airlines and other transportation
- Banks and other financial institutions
- Consulting Firms
- Educational Institutions
- Government Agencies(PSA, Dep.Ed.)
- Insurance Agencies
- Insurance Companies
- Investment Firms
- Real Estate Firms
- Research and Development Firms
- Securities Firms
- Telecommunication Companies
- Industries

In government, education, manufacturing and services industries of many kinds, math majors get good jobs.

Possible jobs for Math graduates