Where Can I Work?
Many different types of organizations hire mathematicians and computational scientists. You can easily search the websites of organizations and corporations that interest you to learn more about their location(s), mission statement and objectives, history, and job requirements. Experience gained through internships and work-study opportunities can help you determine your personal preferences regarding a workplace, such as non-profit or for-profit, large or small, working independently or on a team, and how much customer contact you prefer to have.
Here are some examples of organizations, corporations, and research institutions that hire mathematicians and computational scientists:
- Government labs, research offices and agencies
- Federally funded contractors
- Engineering research organizations
- Computer information and software firms
- Energy systems firms
- Electronics and computer manufacturers
- Consulting firms
- Aerospace and transportation equipment manufacturers
- Financial service and investment management firms
- Transportation service providers
- Communications services providers
- Chemical or pharmaceutical manufacturers
- Medical device companies
- Producers of petroleum and petroleum products
- Academic institutions and research institutes
- Consumer products companies
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