Thinking of all the possible routes that you can take on so that you can lead a stable lifestyle in the future is probably the hardest thing that you can do. Requiring hours, days, and even months thinking of what to pursue, as your career can be very frustrating. However, even as you think of what to be, time flows naturally. Before you know it, time would have caught up to you, demanding on the route you want to pursue for the rest of your life.

That is why you should never waste time just thinking that tomorrow would be another day for you to think about what you want to do. Instead of just playing around, think about what you can do now to prepare for your future career. If you still don’t know which career to pursue, it’s a good suggestion to just brush up on your studies. If you find that you are good in two or three of your subjects in elementary and high school that could just lead you to a future that you’re sure to love.

**5. DOCTORS AND SCIENTISTS**

To that, I would like to advise you that if you’re good at something, don’t scoff at it for being ‘lame’ or ‘uncool’. Think of it as a God-given talent that you should hone. No matter how ‘lame’ or ‘uncool’ it is. If you’re good in Science, why not try taking up Math education? Science and Math are closely related and if you’re good in Science, you should be able to pick up on Mathematics quickly. Doctors and Scientists tend to use Mathematics in their probability estimations and sampling. A single miscalculation, in fact, can seriously cost them. You may think that Doctors and Scientists mostly use their time memorizing diseases, chemicals, and reactions to chemicals. Well, the truth of it is, you’re right. They do spend most of their time, doing just that. However, failing to notice how they too take into account the statistics of a project, the estimation of success and the probability of obtaining results just goes to show you that even Doctors and Scientists need to have a good Math education in order to excel at what they do best in their fields.

**4. ARTISTS**

Moving on, if you think you’re only good point is Arts and that you’re utterly convinced that you’re horrible at Math, why not try getting a Math tutor to help you out? You might be surprised at this, but Artists do use basic Mathematics to hone and their arts, playing around with Trigonometry, Geometry and Algebra can get you places you’ve never dared think before. Contrary to common belief, Artists also think about the entirety of their art concept and calculate just how much space they’re going to use and how long each line will be. Artists, especially street artists would often calculate the space that they’re allowed to move about and draws a scaled picture of the image in their minds before rescaling it so that that small image becomes one huge picture that covers meter high walls and so much more.

**3. ARCHITECTS**

In modern time, Architects have become well-known, leaving their marks in history as proof that they have done something that is worth remembering. Their ultimate goal, to be able to design a building so wonderful that no one can bear to say that it’s not. However, to do this, a lot of basic computations and limitations should be set up in order to know just how far you’re willing to do to make that dream a reality. If you didn’t know, Architects also tend to use Mathematics often in their visual mind calculations of each measurement they should make in order to create and draft a more comfortable lifestyle for the family that will live in it. Designing the most basic contours so that each space was used efficiently, Architects are often taught that even basic Math can go a long way.

Being a Math tutor for children, I know that even basic Mathematics can be a bit difficult to grasp for beginners who’ve never seen the importance of the subject before. Bear in mind though, that even though the Mathematics that we are learning may be difficult and complex at times, it is that subject that has come to terms even with Earth’s rotation itself. Giving the sense of time as each number was added up and repeated in order to show the passage of time.

**2. ACCOUNTANTS**

Now, teaching Math has led me to see that Mathematics are used in many of our most trivial tasks, from counting our change to paying our bills. Accountants, see the importance of basic Mathematics at its finest. Accountants take into account, every nook and cranny of where your money comes from, to where it goes, and to how it is well spent. Being an Accountant just gives you that head start in counting up the rows and lines of numbers that they encounter everyday.

**1. ENGINEERING**

All of the Mathematics explained before pales in comparison to the variety of Mathematics that Engineering takes upon itself in order to build a good and stable structure, sometimes physically, other times digitally. The field prides itself in the fact that Engineering takes into account all the Mathematics, all the calculations, and all the designs and mixes them up in order to become one great masterpiece.

Engineering may be a tough subject to deal with, what with all of the different kinds of Mathematics that you’re likely to face, but it is a fact that in the end, you’ll be able to benefit from the career choice in more ways than one, that should keep you motivated. At most, Engineering is an incredibly vast field of all sorts of expertise, from Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical, and Industrial to Software Engineering. Without a doubt, they are all very different career paths, however, at its best, it is still Mathematics that led you up to this point in time.

Choosing a career path is not at all easy in the end. It takes many years of learning and experience that can either make or break you, which is why the kind of career that you’re to choose is more or less likely to be the kind with at least a bit of Mathematics integrated into it. That is why, if I were you, I’d take care of my Mathematics.

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