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Wondering what you can do with a math degree? In a rapidly changing global economy, the outlook for mathematicians is among the brightest of all areas of study. Employment in math-related areas is projected to grow 28 percent by 2026, faster than the average for all occupations, and will result in more than 50,000 new jobs nationwide. As the analysis of “big data” rises in importance, so does the demand for professionals with math degrees. Mathematical occupations had a median annual wage of $84,060 in 2017, compared to $37,690 for all occupations.  
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