Careers in focus. Mathematics and physics by Ferguson

By Ferguson

Accountants and auditors -- Actuaries -- Architects -- Assessors and appraisers -- Astronomers -- Astrophysicists -- Bookkeeping and accounting clerks -- computers programmer/analysts -- credits analysts -- Demographers -- Economists -- Engineers -- monetary planners -- Mathematicians -- arithmetic academics -- Operations examine analysts -- Physicists -- activities statisticians -- Statisticians -- Surveyors -- Tax preparers.; Discusses specific occupations within the fields of arithmetic and physics

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Practical application of activity in space is used for a variety of purposes. The launching of space vehicles and satellites has increased the importance of the information astronomers gather. For example, the public couldn’t enjoy the benefits of accurate weather prediction if satellites weren’t keeping an eye on our atmosphere. Without astronomical data, satellite placement wouldn’t be possible. Knowledge of the orbits of planets and their moons, as well as asteroid activity, is also vital to astronauts exploring space.

Arthur): I am a third-generation jeweler who grew up in the family business and was the first teacher at the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) to teach both gemology and jewelry manufacturing. I am also an independent certified gemologist appraiser with the American Gem Society, a senior member of the National Association of Jewelry Appraisers, and hold the graduate jeweler gemologist diploma from the GIA. (Julie): I started as a silversmith and designer and taught at the GIA. I am a certified gemologist with the American Gem Society, as well as an accredited senior appraiser and master gemologist appraiser with the American Society of Appraisers.

Department of Labor predicts faster than average growth for the actuary field through 2014. Growth of the insurance industry—traditionally the leading employer of actuaries—is expected to remain steady, with many new fields such as annuities and terrorism-related property-risk analysis, compensating for the shrinking life insurance industry. The field’s stringent entrance requirements and competition for entry-level jobs will also continue to restrict the number of candidates for jobs. The insurance industry continues to evolve, and actuaries will be in demand to establish rates in several new areas of coverage, including prepaid legal, dental, and kidnapping insurance.

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