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What can you get? Five great careers in math.Yeah. We know what you're saying. The words great and math should never be used together.But subtract the strict workplace budget guy and personality-depleted accountant from your mind.Think about the elementary teacher who gets to add with macaroni and marbles. Or the market researcher who gets to find out all kinds of cool stuff before anyone else.Math careers are not just about numbers but about relating those numbers to real-world experiences, says Rebecca E. Burnett, author of "Careers for Number Crunchers & Other Quantitative Types.""Lots of math whizzes can calculate answers to problems in their heads, but they can't always explain what they've done or why it matters," she says.Today we give you two-plus-three (that's five) cool careers that involve math.

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