A POE in Mathematics opens the door to a wide variety of career possibilities. Students with an undergraduate degree in Mathematics can pursue careers in pure or applied research, in education, or in any of a wide range of areas requiring rigorous analytical thinking (e.g., law, systems analysis). Mathematics graduates are especially well-suited to careers in actuarial science or in statistics. Of the 250 jobs listed in the 1999 Jobs Rated Almanac, Mathematician, Computer Systems Analyst, and Statistician are ranked #1, #2, and #3 for “Best Working Environment,” while the seven top rated jobs overall are all mathematics and computer related, with Actuary at the #2 spot and Mathematician at #5. Recent Juniata graduates in Mathematics include graduate students, high school teachers, actuaries, an assortment of systems and planning analysts, financial analysts, a statistical modeler for the NSA, and even a Harvard divinity student.