## What jobs can you get with a PhD in math?

PhD in Mathematics Careers

- Postsecondary Education Administrators. Postsecondary education administrators register students for classes and allocate the space and time required for each class.
- Actuaries.
- Mathematicians and Statisticians.
- Operations Research Analysts.
- Postsecondary Mathematics Science Teachers.

## Are math PhDs employable?

It is not an easy path, but it is an excellent career. With a PhD in math, you could do research work, teach, or both. The NSA employs many PhDs in math. There are many career opportunities for people with strong backgrounds in statistics.

**Are math PhDs in demand?**

The Task Force projects that the U.S. job market will demand around 800 new mathematical sciences doctorates per year over the next 10 to 15 years from the nation’s doctorate-granting mathematical sciences programs.

### How much money does a math professor make?

The BLS reported the average annual mathematics professor salary as $86,330 in 2019. As with most jobs, salaries depend on a variety of factors. The BLS reported the average 2019 math professor salary range as $38,790 to $154,320.

### Does Google Hire pure mathematicians?

Google hires mathematicians i.e. those who have PhDs in math, and the answer to that question is yes — there not be many openings, but there certainly are some openings).

**Where do the best mathematicians work?**

The top employers of mathematicians and statisticians are the federal government and scientific research and development companies. Mathematicians and statisticians may work on teams with engineers, scientists, and other specialists.

#### What is the salary of maths professor?

The average mathematics professor salary in India is ₹ 626,400 per year or ₹ 321 per hour. Entry-level positions start at ₹ 626,400 per year, while most experienced workers make up to ₹ 4,000,000 per year.

#### How hard is it to get into a math PhD program?

So, yes, it is unbelievably difficult to go to a top graduate school for mathematics. It would require a near perfect GPA, 6 or more graduate courses, and research (all done at a top undergrad program). If you go to a top undergrad program, move quickly into proof courses.

**Are math professors in demand?**

The job outlook for postsecondary teachers is expected to grow by 9 percent through 2029, a rate much faster than average compared to other jobs. A mathematics professor salary is typically higher than the median and the demand for teachers in specialized areas, including mathematics, will likely remain strong.