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#### Basics of Algebra: Part I

Algebra, part I- Numbers, Variables, Operations, Expressions, Relations This series of lessons is designed to help you learn, or review, the fundamentals of algebra. We start off with the very basi...

So you love mathematics and solving sums is your passion. Numbers intrigue you and learning formulas and tables excite you? Then there is a whole list of careers that you can pursue.

Mathematics prepares you for careers as actuaries, computer scientists, mathematicians, statisticians, teachers and more. Advanced skills in mathematics are a must in many science-related careers. A degree in math is also a strong background for many computer science and computer engineering jobs.

For those with a substantial background in mathematics and passion for numbers, an unlimited number of career opportunities are available. Check out Top 7 careers options for Maths lovers-:

**1) Chartered Accountant:** With the rapid growth
in economy, careers in finance and accounts have gained tremendous
popularity and the most esteemed career option in this filed is
that of Chartered Accountant. A Chartered accountant is somebody
who specializes in accounting, auditing and taxation.

**2) Software Engineers:** A highly fulfilling
career, software engineers design and develop software. They apply
the theories and principles of computer science and mathematical
analysis to create, test, analyse and evaluate the software
applications and systems that make computers work. Software
engineers are also experts in theory of computing systems, the
structure of software, and the nature and limitations of hardware
to ensure that the underlying systems will work properly.
Professionals in this field have excellent prospects in the next
five to 10 years.

**3) Operations Research Analysts:** Operations
research has been defined as an interdisciplinary branch of applied
mathematics and formal science that uses advanced analytical
methods such as mathematical modeling, statistical analysis, and
mathematical optimization to arrive at optimal or near-optimal
solutions to complex decision-making problems. Operations research
analysts formulate and apply mathematical modeling methods to
develop and interpret information that assists management with
policy formulation and other managerial functions. They help
managers to make better decisions and solve problems. If you're
planning to take this profession be sure you have a thorough
knowledge of strong quantitative and computer skills; advanced
knowledge in mathematics.

**4) Banking:** Jobs in banking field involve
aiding people to build fortunes in their respective life and
business fields. You could work in any one of the following areas
in Banking- accountant, customer service, front desk, cash
handling, Account opening, current account, savings account,
mortgage loan underwriter, loan processing officer, back end
operations, product marketing and sales executive, recovery
officer, retail asset manager, property appraiser and customer
service executive. As banks provides loans for setting up business
and for various development work and thereby generate thousands of
jobs and career opportunities in the banking finance sector.

**5) Mathematician:** If you're fascinated by Sir
Isaac Newton or Archimedes of Syracuse, then this is the field for
you. A mathematician is a person whose primary area of study or
research is mathematics. Mathematicians are concerned with
particular problems related to logic, space, transformations,
numbers and more general ideas which encompass these concepts. They
do research, come up with problems and solutions, etc.

**6) Teachers:** If you have an affinity for
numbers, you can pursue a career in teaching. A maths teacher is
always on demand as this is considered one of the main subjects
throughout schooling. It is a highly paid job in India as many
maths teachers make a lot of money in giving coaching or tuition to
students.

**7) Computer Systems Analysts:** Professionals in
this field use IT tools to help enterprises of all sizes achieve
their goals. Most systems analysts work with specific types of
computer systems-for example, business, accounting, and financial
systems or scientific and engineering system to prepare
cost-benefit and return-on-investment analysis to help management
decide whether implementing the proposed technology would be
financially feasible.

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