MS Student in Statistics, SAS Certified Specialist, and Actuarial Candidate (3 Exams), seeking an entry-level position that will lead to opportunities in Statistics, Data Science, or Actuarial Science
The best thing about being a statistician is that you get to play in everyone's backyard.
Employment of statisticians is projected to grow 35 percent from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations. Growth is expected to result from more widespread use of statistical analysis to inform business, healthcare, and policy decisions. The amount of digitally stored data will increase over the next decade as more people and companies conduct business online and use social media, smartphones, and other mobile devices. As a result, businesses will increasingly need statisticians to analyze the large amount of information and data collected. Statistical analyses will help companies improve their business processes, design and develop new products, and advertise products to potential customers.
Many of the new jobs for statisticians are expected to be in research and development, consulting, and computer systems design and related services.