Mathematicians are mainly employed in teaching, statistical work, research and development, some aspects of engineering, computing and actuarial work.
Statisticians are employed in a wide range of contexts: providing information on population trends, helping medical research evaluate treatments and medicines, assessing industrial processes and products against safety standards, for example.
Engineers also use mathematics widely.
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