It might seems that my question has already been asked, but in fact it's slightly different from the other similar question, so please read it.
I'm in the middle of my last university year in a pure mathematics program, specifically designed to prepare students to do a PhD. The problem is: I'm not so sure that I want to do a PhD, and I'm starting to look for some alternatives. Googling and reading things around I reached the conclusion that for someone with a hyper pure mathematics background is really hard to find a job that allow him to apply this knowledge directly (I'll love to, but hey, not a big deal otherwise), but nevertheless there are a lot of companies looking for people with high problem solving skills, and a degree in pure mathematics is a good way to demonstrate to have them.
My question is: where can I find those job offers? As we aren't speaking of a particular field, company or industry I have no idea what I have to look into.