Job satisfaction surveys consistently rank careers in mathematics and computer science among the most desirable when measuring factors such as work environment, salary, and stress levels. For example, one-third of the top 15 jobs in CareerCast.com’s “Best Jobs of 2012” list relate directly to mathematics or computer science.

John Carroll graduates have found success as actuaries, educators, software engineers and programmers, information technology professionals, and statisticians, among dozens of other fields. Our students learn to think critically, solve problems, and adapt—abilities sought by graduate schools and employers alike.

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