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I have recently completed an undergraduate degree in math, I didn't really take any particular focus in my degree so I'm reasonably well experienced in applied, pure and computational math. I also studied a little physics and computer science but not enough to take a minor.

However after doing some research projects and papers I have realized that pure math (including purely applied math) topics are not for me, at least within an academic context. I was hoping to use my skills to branch into a new field.. but I'm not sure if my interests really relate to math at all. I would also like to avoid spending all day at a computer.

I like to read blogs about law, economics and science and I have always fancied the idea of doing electronic or robotic engineering but I have no idea how to get into any of these fields without really starting all over again. I have heard that there are plenty of fields open to math graduates such as law but I don't know where to find information on this.

Any help on how to find this kind of information would be very much appreciated.. or even other career suggestions, I like to keep active so maybe I should be doing completely outside of these fields.

Thanks a lot everyone.