From string theory to maths education via investment banking
If you're worried that a mathematics degree might limit your career options, then there couldn't be a better person to talk to than Steve Hewson. Find out how his varied career has taken him from the lofty heights of theoretical physics, via the trading floor of a major investment bank, into the maths classroom, and has also seen him writing his very own maths book.
This podcast accompanies the career interview from issue 50 of Plus.
posted by Plus @ 1:00 AM
- At 1:00 AM, westius said...
I love that Steve chose, at the age of 8, to do a PhD in general relativity!
At the age of 8, I wanted to play cricket for Australia, or perhaps climb that cool tree at the back of our yard....
- At 10:58 PM, Alex said...
Hello, i was just wondering if you need a math credit to become an early childhood educator, and i also would like to know what other things could i become with a math credit because i need to decide now, its my last year of high school. Please help!!! THANKS!
- At 9:10 AM, Plus said...
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- At 9:12 AM, Plus said...
To gain a qualification for teaching primary in the UK, you need a grade C or above for your GCSE maths. For more information see the Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA) website.