Is /sci/ only math and physics?
Tell us your college major.
Man, all our Math majors are going to be really fucking disappointing to learn that there are only ~3,500 Mathematician jobs in the entire USA.
There are ~100x more Civil Engineering jobs. Hah.
>unironically believes that math bachelors holders can only work as mathematicians.
Of course, it'd be an honor but boy are there countless alternatives.
I've seen a lot of shitposting shitting on maths majors from engineering majors? By now maths is number one major for most to major in on /sci/?
I thought physics would be the most majored degree on /sci/
I fell for the pure maths meme on /sci/. This is true, but I'm not regretting choosing to study maths. Look's like /sci/ was right.
unlucky for you im not autistic, but more, or so dyslexic; i've always had trouble reading and writing growing up/
which is one of the many reasons why i resorted to majoring in mathematics.
you sir, don't know me any well.
I find pic intriguing.
As an actuary I work with data scientist and can confirm they are probably paid on average 25-30k a year below actuaries. Any idea where are these numbers coming from?