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What jobs are out there that involve maths and science?


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2012-06-15 08:46:29
2012-06-15 08:46:29

A job that involves maths and science is robotic engineering, or anything involved with physics.

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maths is vital in every job. science uses a maths, history, music. most things involve maths in one way or the other.

Some jobs that involve Science are , all types of doctors except dentists

Engineering and Mechanics. Desinging buildings etc.

Day labor, burgulary, and prostitution.

Engineering is basically a career in applied science, so that's about it. However, there are some careers that don't have "engineering" in their name, but that actually use a lot of science, including economics (mainly math, not much physics), computer science, architecture.

Maths is a science. It's not the typical science people think of, but it is a science. Science is a maths-based subject. You need maths in science but you don't need 'science' in maths. Your question can be interpreted in different ways, but it really depends on what you mean by science or maths and the definition you use.

There are many jobs which involve both food and science. Dietitians, Nutritionists, and Food Service Managers all use both food and science daily in their jobs.

Some ocean jobs do not require scientific education, like being a fisherman or a surfing instructor, but these jobs do involve some science. For example, understanding the winds and the tide is extremely important for fishing and for surfing. Of course, there are unrelated jobs that involve the ocean, like being a waiter on a cruise ship or working in a shop by the beach. These may be considered ocean jobs that do not involve much math and science.

Being President of the good old USA don't involve no math or science or being a lawyer i think

It is quite literally impossible. All jobs use some form of science. For example. An office job has a computer. Science. Ski jumping. Gravity. Science. So I would be very surprised if there was one. They all involve science in some way.

the angle at which you hit the ball depends on maths

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in my opinion, yes you can get a job..there are areas that do not involve math or/and science for instance.. language areas, constructions workers and etc. but please bear in mind maths and science are very useful to our life. especially math. this is because we need and we have to use math in our daily life, for example when you are buying anything from a store, you need to use math to calculate how much you need to pay. and so many other occasions.. hope this will be helpful..;)

Jobs that involve babies are day care workers, nannies, and babysitters. Other jobs that involve babies are nurses and pediatricians.

In science it is also necessary to use maths as you need to perform certain calculations.

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