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dsfrankl
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I've always been very strong in mathematics which led to me becoming an engineering major. As a freshman in this major, I'm doing exceedingly well in my math courses, but terrible in my science courses. I also just hate physics. Nothing about physics or statics or dynamics is capturing my attention. But math? I could do derivatives and integrals and proofs all day long. I'm wondering if I made a mistake in choosing my major. I feel like I would be happier majoring in mathematics. But my real question is, what jobs could I do with a degree in mathematics? I know I don't want to work with anything relating to finances (accountant, actuary, ect) and am not a fan of going into academics. One website said I could do research in math but are there jobs for that? I'd love that, but I don't want to get a degree and not be able to find a job.