Is it worth doing pure math if you're not going into academia? Would it be a bad idea to get your bachelors in pure math and stop there? Is pure math just something for people who want to go on to grad school? I'm just not sure if there are good job prospects for someone with a bachelors in pure math, I feel like applied math or statistics heavy stuff is usually the way to go, but if I choose this route I may miss out on some interesting topics like analysis, algebra, and topology. Anyone have any insight into this?