Employers Value Mathematics Majors
Students who major in Mathematics learn to carefully read, analyze, interpret, and research texts of all kinds: print, digital, and visual. Students also learn writing techniques that appeal to a variety of audiences and in a variety of formats: print, digital, and visual. The skills students learn are applicable to many kinds of careers.
50% of Math majors have an advanced degree.
Actuarial science is a high paying skill for Math majors.
Data scientist, actuarial analyst, and software engineer are top job titles for Math majors.
$84K is the average salary for actuarial analysts.
Nationally, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft are the top employers for Math majors.
Equifax is the top employer for data scientists from GSU.
Computer algebra is the most relevant skill for GSU Math majors.
High paying skills for GSU Math majors are machine learning, forecasting, and data modeling.
State Farm is trending up for hiring GSU Math majors.
Delta, Home Depot, and Bank of America are top employers for Math majors from GSU.
TOP EMPLOYERS OF GSU MATHEMATICS GRADS AND AVERAGE SALARY
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Current National Average Salary by Degree Level for All Majors
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
|$64.8K Bachelors||$77.8K Masters||$97.9K Doctorate|