-Some type of consulting
There seems to be a few fields within consulting that deal with examining business processes and finding more efficient ways to achieve them. Seems like a pretty good field for a math major.
I was a finance major for two years before math and I know a pretty good deal about financial instruments and such. It would be kind of funny if I ended up getting a finance job after switching out of finance to pursue math but whatever.
Somewhat like the consulting that I was describing in that it deals with processes and the task of making them more efficient.
I'm not really sure what else there is. I know that there are a lot of math majors on this site and I was wondering what you guys are planning on doing/have done or what you know others with the degree have done. I know that I can always coach hockey/goalies on the side and make a pretty decent amount of money. Hockey parents, especially goalie parents, are willing to pay a lot of money for their kids to get good coaching. I guess I could also tutor high school/college students in math but that is not really a full time solution, at least for me. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!