Three women; Dr Carla Harris, founder of the app ‘Longevity’; Monica Wulff, founder of StartupMuster; and Sue Xue of Wrigley; share their experiences with how backgrounds in statistics and data analysis has helped them advance their careers.
Economics covers a wide range of career options. From working for an international organisation to getting involved with environmental causes. Anyone can find their fit in the workplace through an economics degree.
Pursing a math career doesn’t always involve going through university. There are plenty of ways to get employed by taking alternative paths, like TAFE or trade school. The tech industry, finance, and forensics are some of the trade school careers that you can get involved in without getting a degree.
Whether you love it or ‘don’t get it’, it’s time to change the way you think about mathematics.
Arming yourself with numeracy and knowledge could be key to career success when it comes to defence jobs.
Creative maths jobs? They do exist! Data analysis is used in marketing, media, and many other creative industries. To scope out the possibilities, we spoke to co-founder of Snowflake Analytics, Mike Robins.
If you’re studying high school maths you need to take this quiz! Maths careers can crop up in any industry – and in some very unexpected places. This maths career test will show you how to choose a career in maths based on your strengths.
We asked nearly 100 students to divulge their deepest darkest maths thoughts, like is maths enjoyable? Or why is maths so hard? See what students in Australia really think about maths, and what effect it could have on our future jobs market.
Lily Serna is one of our maths heroes. She’s a data analyst at Atlassian, and she’s pushing the boundaries of where maths careers can take you as a TV presenter too! We caught up with Lily ahead of the Careers with Maths magazine launch, to find out how she got her start in maths.
We’ll help you narrow down which Bachelor of Maths or maths degree is right for you with our maths careers quiz. Match your personality and aspirations to your perfect career in maths, whether that’s in data and statistics, economics, applied or pure maths!
You might be surprised by all of the amazing jobs that maths can lead to. These six examples are just a few of the creative careers you could find yourself in.
Before we send off the new year we’ve rounded up a list of the most popular posts of 2017. Take a look back through the archives and re-read the articles you loved!