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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi all,

I'm currently an applied mathematics student in my third year, and I plan to attend graduate school for pure or applied math.

Physics and engineering deeply interest me, so I'm naturally drawn to the aerospace industry. Dazzling leaders like NASA and SpaceX are truly inspiring, and it would be amazing to work with them.

So here's my question: What are the odds that a mathematician could get a job in the space industry? Does the space industry even hire mathematicians?

I'm currently an applied mathematics student in my third year, and I plan to attend graduate school for pure or applied math.

Physics and engineering deeply interest me, so I'm naturally drawn to the aerospace industry. Dazzling leaders like NASA and SpaceX are truly inspiring, and it would be amazing to work with them.

So here's my question: What are the odds that a mathematician could get a job in the space industry? Does the space industry even hire mathematicians?