Further Resources

Further Resources

  1. American Mathematical Society page on non- academic careers
  2. Society of Actuaries
  3. Be an Actuary
  4. American Statistical Association. Includes an extensive section on careers
  5. Mathematical Association of America
  6. A web page of the American Mathematical Society devoted to topics of interest to undergrads
  7. Casualty Actuarial Society
  8. Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics
  9. Association for Computing Machinery
  10. Association for Women in Mathematics
  11. Mathematicians of the African Diaspora

Publications About Careers

  1. Career Information in the Mathematical Sciences: A Resource Guide. The Mathematical Association of America.
  2. Mathematical Scientists at Work. The Mathematical Association of America.
  3. Careers in the Mathematical Sciences. and More Careers in the Mathematical Sciences. The Mathematical Association of America.
  4. Math Horizons. The Mathematical Association of America.
  5. Seeking Employment in the Mathematical Sciences. American Mathematical
  6. Assistantships and Graduate Fellowships in the Mathematical Sciences. American Mathematical Society.
  7. The Actuarial Profession. Society of Actuaries.
  8. Actuaries at a Glance--Minorities in the Actuarial Profession. Society of Actuaries.
  9. Contingencies. The American Academy of Actuaries.
  10. Careers in Statistics. American Statistical Association.
  11. Women and Statistics. American Statistical Association.
  12. Stats. American Statistical Association.
  13. Minorities! Looking for a Challenging Career? American Statistical Association.
  14. Careers in Applied Mathematics. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
  15. Careers in Operations Research. Educational Programs in Operations Research. Operations Research Society of America.
  16. Careers that Count. Association for Women in Mathematics.
  17. Shape the Future: A Career as a Mathematics Teacher. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
  18. TIMS Asks: Is a Management Science Career Right for You? The Institute of Management Sciences.
  19. Computer and Related Occupations, Bulletin 2400-4. U.S. Department of Labor.