I really need some help. I've spent the past 20 years shooting for my dreams. I got an associates in Electronics and a BA in Graphic Design. Needless to say the past 20 years have yielded no fruit. It's been 10 years since I've gotten my BA and I've never been able to use it. So basically it's become a $74,000 piece of toilet paper. Now I'm 40 and am working in a warehouse. As a 30% disabled Vet I know my body is not going to be able to hold up forever. So I need to find an education that will benefit me and help me finally make a life for myself. Recently, I've learned I can afford to go to a local community college and get an associates in mathematics. But when I talked to their rep, they said unless I plan on a BA in something, it's not going to do me any good. So I need to ask, if I was to pursue something else would a BA in mathematics be a plus or minus. Are their any careers out there that someone can make a decent living at with mathematics but is not impossible to get into? Any thoughts or suggestions would be welcomed.