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If you're interested in working from home, there are a few ways to get a work from home job on Jobcase:

  1. Follow our #workfromhome topic for tips on how and where to get hired from home
  2. Check out Jobcase's work from home resource center
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Fred Goff
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over 6 months ago

Highest paid hedge fund manager - mathematician, Jim Simons - was reportedly compensated $1.7billion dollars last year. If we think about 40 hours/week and 52 weeks that comes to over $800k/hour. I repeat... yikes!

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Atef Alghzzy
over 6 months ago

• Master's degree in Applied Statistics (graduate in July - 2017). • Bachelor’s degree in Mathematical Statistics. • 10 years working experience in data analysis in various industries. • Experience in using statistical softwares (SPSS, R, SAS, Excel, and Access). • Strong Programming skills (PHP, MySQL). • Wide knowledge and experience in SAP systems (R3, CRM, BI, Cloud). • Very high presenting ability in Power Point. • Business Educated.

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Victor Hughes
over 6 months ago

Even though I am 72 years young , I still feel I can still assist students in their journey through Mathematics..

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Ruben Glueck
over 6 months ago

Hi. My name is Ruben Glueck and I am a math PhD. I am at home with numbers, I can do long calculations flawlessly and I can dig through dense information looking for a flaw. There are many career paths for me, but banking seems like a great one. Does your bank want more than a number cruncher and someone who has reflected on deep quantitative ideas for decades? Do you want to add a spark to the office with puzzles, magic and brainteasers all with a mathematical flavor? Contact me today! Check out my web site: http://rubenglueck.wixsite.com/portfolio I live in Los Angeles 90027. Can you give me any information that will lead to an interview at a bank? Can you point me to material on the web with the latest news on banks that are hiring? Know a particularly good book on banking? I want to hear from you. If I get the job, I'll take you out to dinner!

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Deborah Fields Watson
over 6 months ago

Graduated in Dec. 2015 with a B.S in mathematics with a minor in statistics. Still can't find a job. I really want to go into data analytics. I practice interviewing, keep up on statistical/computer programs; begin teaching myself programs such as python and SQL; currently studying for SAS Base Program Exam. I don't know what I am doing wrong. I had my resume and cover letter looked at by career services at my school. Any advice? Getting really frustrated here. I tried grad school, but I really don't want to go back to school, I really want to work.

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Posted in Accounting
Ruben Glueck
over 6 months ago

I am a math PhD. I am at home with numbers, I can do long calculations flawlessly and I can dig through dense information looking for a flaw. I think I can be a junior accountant. Does your company want more than a number cruncher and someone who has reflected on deep quantitative ideas for decades? Do you want to add a spark to the office with puzzles, magic and brainteasers all with a mathematical flavor? Contact me today!

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Ruben Glueck
over 6 months ago

Hi. My name is Ruben Glueck and I am a math PhD. I am at home with numbers, I can do long calculations flawlessly and I can dig through dense information looking for a flaw. What is an engineer but someone who designs things so sophisticated that math is required? How can a programmer design bug free code unless he can reason mathematically? Does your child need one-on-one tutoring from a former professor? Does your company want more than merely a number cruncher but someone who has reflected on deep quantitative ideas for decades? Do you want to add a spark to the office with puzzles, magic and brainteasers all with a mathematical flavor? I may just be the man for your job. Contact me today! ruben.glueck@alumni.cgu.edu Check out my web site: http://rubenglueck.wixsite.com/portfolio Let’s begin a discussion thread on the field of mathematics. Where are the good jobs in Los Angeles 90027? What companies are hiring now? Engineering is huge: electrical, mechanical, civil, chemical, aeronautical … They all need someone who can do the math!! Us mathematicians have to stick together. What can you tell me about searching for a job that requires training in math? Ruben Glueck

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Brian Higgins
over 6 months ago

I am a junior statistics student at BYU, looking for work for the next 6 months. Turns out it is really hard to find a job when you're an inexperienced student in a smart field, 2.96 gpa at a private university. Any ideas?

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Joyce Lin
over 6 months ago

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