Mathematical Technicians generally receive a Master's degree before they enter the job market.
Once employed, Mathematical Technicians can expect to earn an average of $44,000 per year throughout their career.

In addition, over the coming 10 years Mathematical Technicians will see fairly rapid growth within their industry. They should experience a 7.9% rate of growth during this time period.
In respect to starting your own business, Mathematical Technicians rarely feel the entrepreneurial itch. Currently, 0.0% of the employment base is classified as self-employed.

Given the job environment today, Mathematical Technicians can consider themselves quite lucky, as only 1.2% are currently unemployed.

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