We work with candidates that have studied Mathematics, Statistics and Financial Modelling degree courses. We are frequently asked to identify candidates for jobs within the financial services sector, many of which require a Masters or PhD. We have listed graduate jobs that are immediately available and graduate schemes with a 2017 start date below.
What jobs can you do with a Maths degree?
A degree in Mathematics can lead to a broad range of careers. However, it is most common for maths graduates to be offered job opportunities on structured graduate schemes in consultancy, accountancy, finance, insurance or banking related roles.
A list of careers for Maths graduates we have recently placed include:
- Data Scientist
- Big Data Engineer
- Machine Learning Scientist
- Data Analyst
- BI Analyst
- Investment Analyst
- Trading Desk Assistant
- Computer Vision Scientist
- Quantitative Consultant
- Actuarial Analyst
What Skills do Graduate Employers Look for in Maths Graduates?
Graduate employers find Maths graduates appealing for their analytical, computing, problem solving and statistical skills. A logical approach, paired with the ability to think theoretically are also highly sought after.
Typical Starting Salary for a Maths Graduate?
The average starting salary for Maths graduates is around £25,000.