Statistician Career Information

How to get an entry level job as a statistician?

Statisticians are important to the success of companies in all types of industries. The top skills for include data analysis, sas, statistics, statistical modeling, and biostatistics.

Statistician education & background

Most positions require at least a bachelor’s degree. Nearly a third mathematics majors graduate to become statisticians. It is also a common first job for students who were economics, statistics, psychology or business administration majors in college.

Popular companies & industries for statisticians

Statisticians are employed across many different corporations and in many SMBs. Statistician jobs vary across industries, with the government administration and higher education industries claiming about a fifth of statisticians. Both of these are more popular than employment in the research industries. Information technology and services and financial services industries account for a small number of statistician jobs.

What cities do statisticians work in?

One thing to consider for recent graduates is the cost of living for a certain city. New York and Chicago are two attractive options for statisticians to find jobs. Alternative cities include Boston, Raleigh, and Philadelphia.


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Industry: Financial Services
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