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Depending on your math interests you might find a coding career in computer vision, digital signal process or 3D graphics.

And there's always the "quants" on Wall St and high frequency trading algorithms. Boring in opinion but there out there.

You can always solve the experience problem. Just start coding.

Yeah, I've heard about the Wall Street programming options for mathematicians, but it is not a field that I'm interested in.

Actually, the CS dept at my uni has a big computer vision research program. I should go talk to them.


Quant finance is very hard to get into at the moment.

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