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Math job openings in science, engineering, technology and maths (STEM)The number of applications for math jobs in the United States grew by 26 percent between 2012 and 2016.

A similar increase occurred in the past year.

These job openings have an average annual pay of $57,300.

The most common occupation for mathematicians is statisticians, with 31.4 percent of the job openings being in this field.

These jobs account for just over one-third of all STEM positions.

This is because the majority of jobs require an understanding of mathematics.

In the past two years, the number of people applying for math-related jobs has grown by almost 10 percent.

The next largest group of jobs for mathematicists are in the health sciences and applied mathematics, with just under 3 percent each.

There are also some careers in math-based business, engineering and technical, such as computer science and engineering.

Anecdotally, many mathematicians report having difficulty making the leap from mathematics to other careers.

“A lot of people don’t feel comfortable in a math-focused career,” said Dan Bynum, a mathematician and math instructor at the University of California, San Diego.

“I think it’s because it’s not something you’re taught.

I think the best way to learn math is to do math, but there’s no reason to feel ashamed of doing it.”

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