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.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Livermore, CA
|Summer Internship: ACTNext-Statistics 1|
Act Iowa City, IA
|Data and Policy Analyst - Statistical Programmer|
Acumen Burlingame, CA
|Global Statistics Breeding Lead|
Agriculture Saint Louis, MO
|Quant Fund Hiring Statistical Risk Quant|
eka finance San Francisco, CA
Duke Clinical Research Institute Durham, NC
|Senior Statistical Programmer I|
Seattle Genetics Bothell, WA
|Staff Statistical Programmer Analyst|
Nektar Therapeutics San Francisco, CA
|Predictive Modeler/Sr Predictive Modeler (Statistician)|
Credit Acceptance Corporation Southfield, MI
|Senior Clinical Statistical Programmer ARDS|
Accenture Berwyn, PA
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