The Atlantic titles their article "Here's How Little Math Americans Use at Work."
Spoiler alert, in Precision Machining, we all use a lot of math through algebra, geometry trig and statistics.
"…the best bluecollar jobs do in fact require a level of mathematical literacy on par with what you'd expect a student to know if they were college bound. To me, that hints at an argument for more high level vocational programs: It might help if students actually knew that those boring equations really one day would earn them a paycheck."
If you can do the math, the precision machining industry has a great job and career for you.
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Editor's Note: CR4 would like to thank Milo for sharing this blog entry, which originally appeared here.

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