Leaving university and starting work may seem like a daunting prospect, but it is also a time of excitement and challenge. Some people will already have a good idea of what they want to do next and may even have a job waiting for them. Others may not be so sure and might have several ideas to play with. And some may have no idea at all what their next step should be.
But these things need not be as difficult and worrying as they seem-after all, people are doing it successfully all the time. And maths graduates have the added advantage that, due to low numbers, they are currently in high demand in the workplace.
Below are a few links that can help you with your job hunting. If you don’t yet know what kind of job you’re interested in, then check out the work experience links on the bottom of the page.
Graduate engineer recruitment
Job opportunities for graduate engineers.
Vacancies for Maths/Stats/Economics graduates within digital media and analytical marketing roles and trading and financial marketing.
A comprehensive careers web site for all graduates offering advice and information on various career paths, as well as employer lists and job vacancies. The site also features case studies and information on graduate destinations and salaries.
Job opportunities in Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Engineering, Physics, Math & Computing in the UK and Europe.
This site has a list of currently available jobs as well as numerous career advice articles.
The Supply Curve
Job site for Economists, Statisticians and Econometricians.
This website mainly offers geography jobs but also other science and mathematics related jobs.
The Graduate Recruitment Bureau
The Graduate Recruitment Bureau is a niche recruitment agency specialising in placing graduates into graduate jobs.
TargetJobs: Graduate recruitment
Graduate jobs, work experience, independent reviews on top graduate employers and career planning tools.
TargetJobs: Top tips from graduate recruiters
Video advice on applications, assessment centres, interviews and showing off your competencies from graduate recruiters.
STEM career advice and recruitment.