Is there a career that is good for someone that isnt good in math?

My son will be a senior next year and he is a honor student however he does not do well in math. He likes politics, goverment,?
Asked May 19, 2011
Those are both huge fields. There's public policy, cultural anthropology, law, history, political history, presidential history, journalism, publishing, academia... That's just what's popping off the top of my head. A good college with a strong liberal arts / humanities program would expose him to many subjects and career avenues.
Answered May 19, 2011
Edited May 19, 2011
Look at psychology, sociology, law enforcement, the military, and there are many areas in education where strong math skills aren't needed.

I don't know that the country can stand many more politicians that aren't good at math. :-)

Answered May 20, 2011
yeah there are a lot. you need math in digital marketing, entrepreneurial idea or work. people earn more because of their interests. Math isn't a problem.
Answered Mar 22, 2021

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