Careers advice and employment information in Mathematics.
Career advice and list of positions in Australia (or the neighbouring region) which may be of interest to mathematicians.
Professional opportunities for mathematicians from the Association for Women in Mathematics.
Advice and links at CoolMath.
Video of interviews with mathematicians working in industry, business and government. Available to download or from MSRI Berkeley.
Information for job seekers compiled by Prof. Richard Penney at Purdue University Department of Mathematics.
Association for Women in Mathematics: gives a flavor of some of the areas of mathematics in which there are many opportunities.
Advice compiled by the UK Council for Mathematical Sciences. Categorised by age, with features and posters.
From the IMA (UK), some of the many sources of information about the options available.
Employment opportunities from the Canadian Mathematical Society.
Maintained by British Combinatorial Committee, but world-wide scope.
Part of the online center for Computational Fluid Dynamics.
Large list of primarily academic openings from the American Mathematical Society.
Vacant academic positions in European departments of Mathematics and Statistics.
Positions currently available in Mathematics and related areas listed by the London Mathematical Society.
Details of employment opportunities for teaching and other posts. Maintained by the Mathematical Association of America.
Jobs for Mathematicians, Actuaries, Statisticians, Econometricians, OR-Specialists, Finance-Specialists.
Advice on non-academic careers in mathematics, compiled by the AMS, MAA and SIAM.
Essays from MAA describing a wide variety of careers for which a background in the mathematical sciences is useful.
Database and online job application system for the mathematical community.
Careers and employment in Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science advice at the University of Illinois, Chicago.
Maintained by Keith Matthews in the Number Theory Web.
Career information and advice in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science.
A report on the employment and educational requirements of mathematical careers in business, industry, and government.
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