Sun 1 May, 2011 02:12 am
I did try to look into working as an actuary- statisticians for insurance companies, but you have to go to school for that.
I tried looking into working as a math tutor but I couldn't find any job listings for that that were legitimate.
I tried getting a job at my local Boys and Girls club to teach kids math but they don't have anything open.
What are some suggestions for jobs that require you to use math and you can make good money with? I am open to them-please list as many as you can. Thank you.
You could teach math. People who are good at math tend to be decent at programming, and depending on the type of programming you do, you may end up using quite a bit of math.
Do I have to have a license to teach math? If so, how long does it take to acquire one?
You'd need a bachelors degree and a teaching credential. I think it takes a year to get the latter. What formal education do you have in math? If not a college degree, then what's the basis for your claim of proficiency? I'm not challenging it - just curious about what it's based on.
Other than AP classes and calculus classes I took in middle and high school, none-I was an art student.
Leave the kids alone. Their parents won't like you yelling at them anyway.
Is there an entry-level job I can look at that requires you to use math skills?
I LIKE KIDS- I have patience to deal with kids.
Any suggestions for math jobs where I can work with kids?