Career choices for math majors

Bruce, C.E.
January 1991
Black Collegian;Jan/Feb91, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p94
Focuses on the job outlook for African-American students who choose mathematics as their major, and speculates that the picture is very bright. Technological advances will in turn cause intensified need for mathematical skills; Career choices; Computer technology; Research; Insurance; More.


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