Hello all, I just finished my undergraduate degree in mathematics last December and I'm trying to figure out how to proceed in the future with my math degree. I am more interested in applied mathematics and am trying to get some advice as to what field to specialize in; I'm looking for something heavily mathematics based (I want to use a LOT of math in whatever field I end up in!), involving a lot of analytical thinking and modeling, teamwork/presentation of ideas and, based upon my interests, something based in the business world. Going on the research and soul searching that I have been doing since I graduated, I'm thinking that economics, finance, or actuarial science would be a good fit for me. As well, I would like to stay away from accounting. I did not take any econ, finance, or actuarial science classes during my undergrad but I also don't have a problem with taking a couple of years or so to catch up on any classes that I would need to take. Can anybody put in their 2 cents?