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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.
|Computer Network Operations Planning Support Specialist, Mid||Columbia, MD|
|System Integrator||Reston, VA|
|Advanced Laser Remote Sensing Project||Springfield, VA|
|Intelligence Analyst-NCR with Security Clearance||Washington, DC|
|Associate General Counsel, Mission and International Law||Springfield, VA|
|Research Analyst||New Haven, CT|
|Entrepreneurship and Innovation Intern (Summer Session)||Page, AZ|
|Research Associate - US Finance||New Haven, CT|
|Executive Assistant||New York, NY|
|Human Resources Associate, Learning and Development||New Haven, CT|
|Intern, Energy Services Division||Portland, OR|
|Intern, Energy Services Division - Renewable Energy Team||Waltham, MA|
|Research Analyst, Environmental Science & Policy Division||Waltham, MA|
|Summer Engineering Intern||Waltham, MA|
|Marketing and Promotions Coordinator||Arlington, VA|
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