Hi Alex, The great thing about Mechanical Engineering is that you aren't pigeon-holed into one particular industry or field when you graduate. The options are literally endless. So finance may not exactly be the best option for you, but there are plenty of jobs where math does not need to be your strongest asset! For instance, I am utilizing my engineering degree in a multi-faceted job whereby the emphasis is on problem-solving and hands-on testing than specific mathematical computations. Some jobs are more design focused, others analytics, and the list goes on. Find what you love, what you're good at, and work won't be work! I'm happy to expand on other potential career options, or peruse the site and see what some of the other fields engineers have gone in to. It sounds like you will be a strong candidate for a plethora of jobs, it's a matter of lining up your strengths and passions with them!