Looking for an entry level job or internship in statistics? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
Some of the things you may do in a typical day include:
You need a bachelor’s degree in math, statistics, or a related field in order to get a job in statistics; if you want to work in academia or research, you’ll need an advanced degree.
Top employers for statisticians include state and federal government (often under the title Mathematical Statistician at the federal level), higher education institutions, as well as scientific research, pharmaceutical, and insurance companies.
|Quantitative Statistical Modeling Analyst|
Digital Intelligence Systems, LLC Houston, TX
|Senior Inventive Scientist Statistics Research Department Big Data Research|
Bebee Affinity Social Network New York, NY
|ETL Pipeline Developer (with Statistics, Data Science, Bayesian Modeling)(relo provided)|
MBA IT Consulting Services Fort Worth, TX
|Statistical Methods Specialist|
ISES Parsippany, NJ
|Chicago - Project Manager (Product Research)|
Cameron Craig Group Chicago, IL
|Sr BIO Statistician|
Omega Solutions Mountain View, CA
|Statistical Analytics Consultant|
COllabera Charlotte, NC
|Market Research / Analyst (Statistical/Financial)|
Acclaim Systems Roseland, NJ
Jackson Lewis LLP Melville, NY
|Analytics Project Manager| Statistical Modeling/Predictive Modeling|
Intellisearch Jersey City, NJ
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