Hi everyone. This is my first time posting but I've read a lot of what this forum has to offer. Good stuff all around. Anyway, to the point. I am working as an underwriter for an insurance carrier but I do not really enjoy the work all that much. It's kind of boring. I was thinking about changing careers and I wanted to hear the advice of people who are in the know. The three career choices I am thinking about, in order of preference are: 1.) Get a master's in math and teach at a community college. 2.) Get a second degree in engineering (most likely civil) with a focus on transportation. 3.) Get a master's in statistics and work as a statistician (possibly actuary). 4.) Just study for acturarial exams. My undergraduate degree is in economics so I am short on science courses. I did take the calculus series and did very well, but no further maths. I am also 24, if that matters, and have no debt and a little bit of savings so it wouldn't be a huge burden financially. I'd very much appreciate your thoughts on this and thanks to anyone who replies!