10. Actuarial Mathematics
Actuarial Mathematics takes you the world of numbers as dealing with financial risk assessment. Use your skills of mathematics, financial theory, and statistics to open a window into the future and assess financial risks. Insurance companies lap up actuaries, as do consulting firms and businesses looking to manage financial risk. Professional actuaries must pass a series of exams through an organization related to their career field. Examples of such organizations are Casualty Actuarial Society and Society of Actuaries.
Starting Salary: $58,800 Mid-career Salary: $119,000
Projected 10-year Job Growth: 21.9%