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In addition to the ideas already given, Have you given any thought to becoming a Math teacher or a statistician?
Have you considered becoming an auditor or even a data analyst? Both require skills to interpret numbers. Data analysts work in a variety of fields to provide statistics. One example is a police department requires a data analyst to interpret crime data in order to request funding for appropriate equipment, interventions, training, etc. Analysts are required in all lines of business - healthcare, community budgets, etc. Auditors also work in a variety of fields as well & often support criminal investigations of white collar crimes.
Consider being an advisor or tutor for a college students. Not everyone needs to be teacher properly but can work as an administrator in multiple educational settings. Good luck!
Have you ever considered teaching math at the high school level? You mention that you love teaching to other people, so you might enjoy having your own classroom! You will speak every day to your students, and work with them as a group, but also on a one on one basis. You will also spend time alone grading test and projects, and working on your lesson plans. It might be good to look into tutoring opportunities to help you prepare for this career.