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I regret to tell, "not much."Go to the library and study the, "Occupational Outlook Handbook." It tells it the way it is! After you get the facts and realize you need a thorough background in all the math and sciences to even start, along with a GPA of 3.5, you likely will change your mind many times. If you obtain a doctorate, you will have more openings, but as the book I mentioned above, it's a very competitive field. I decided the combination of teaching and research was for me and I was employed by universities doing just that. I wish I could be more helpful. but there are many entry jobs you can get with just a bachelor's degree.