Studying maths is likely to make you smarter and more employable.
Choosing a career isn't all about the money, but it doesn't hurt to know which careers are amongst the highest paying jobs in STEM. Can you guess #1?
Learn how to solve problems in the real world and see where a Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Adelaide could take you.
Not only mathematicians use maths! A number of surprising careers in mathematics benefit from having senior high school and uni level maths skills.
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.
We spoke to mathematician and Eureka Prize-finalist Sophie Calabretto to combat the myth that maths is only for very smart people
So, you're thinking of jumping on the STEM careers bandwagon? You've come to the right place. Get ideas on what to study and possible future careers with our STEM careers list.
It all adds up to a pretty cool future for UQ's maths and statistics graduates.
Four mathematicians - TV presenters, professors, authors and YouTube stars - share their love of numbers and explain why maths is fun!
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.
Meet three women working in cool tech roles at WooliesX – the young, digital-savvy face of one of Australia's oldest retail businesses
Researchers from the Queensland University of Technology, using data from the 2012 Australian Open, have developed an algorithm that can predict a player's next shot in tennis.