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December 23, 2011

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-- many mathematics majors take advantage of that. They tend to go into other fields that involve less academic work and more money in the labor market, often heading off to the financial market to create more exotic investment derivatives.

This is news???? They invaded economics departments (often scrounged up by desperate chairmen looking to Be Cool) in the 1970's. Where do you think The Great Recession came from?? And who built it??

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