In reading interviews of math majors who now have careers, it is surprising how often it is mentioned that a major in mathematics demonstrates to an employer that the person is not afraid of intellectual challenges. Employers seem to respect mathematics majors, not for what they have learned, but for the thinking skills that they have acquired. It was also stated several times that majoring in mathematics provides a solid analytical training which enables a person to learn what they need to on the job. Most math majors do not have many ideas about what careers to pursue. One place to begin your exploration is with a summer research experience. Once you have been intensely exposed to a specific aspect of mathematics, or industry, you can either cross it off of your list or underline it, depending on your experience. Also consult Career and Placement Services in Garcia Annex, MathJobs.org, or publications such as “Career Information in the Mathematical Sciences: A Resource Guide” available from the Mathematical Association of America, at P.O. Box 91112, Washington DC 20090. Also, if you provide your email address at the Math office (New Science Hall room 236), you will be added to the email list by which you will receive all summer program announcements, job postings, and financial opportunities that come to the math office.