Do planets, stars, galaxies, and solar systems fascinate you?
If you love math, and are detail-oriented and organized, you may want to consider a career as a statistician!
4. Naval Architect
A naval architect is someone who designs, builds, and maintains several different types of marine vessels and structures, and makes water travel possible.
Physicists study the universe and everything in it, from the very small (quantum) to the very large (cosmology).
6. Water Engineer
Are you interested in providing people with clean, uncontaminated water for drinking and living purposes?
7. Civil Engineer
A civil engineer designs and oversees the construction of public works, such as roads, bridges, dams, tunnels, buildings, airports, water and sewage systems, and other large infrastructure projects.
8. Operations Research Analyst
Operations Research Analyst
An operations research analyst is someone who uses their quantitative reasoning skills and ability to think critically, solve complex problems and provide solutions.
A treasurer, also known as a certified treasury professional in certain job settings, is an expert in finance who directly oversees the long-term and short-term budgetary goals of a business or an organization.
Do you love working with numbers?
An economist studies economic and statistical data as well as the production and distribution of resources, goods, and services.
13. Cost Estimator
A cost estimator collects and analyzes data so as to estimate how much time, money, material, and labour it will take to either provide a service, manufacture a product, or construct a building.
Biostatisticians apply mathematics, statistics, and data to biology.