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Statisticians

Learn about an extremely useful career and degree!


Statisticians work with applied and theoretical statistical data. With this degree, you can pursue a career in data analysis, research analysis, or even risk analysis. If you really enjoy mathematics and collecting data, this could be the one for you!



“Math & Stat Reviews: Stat Online.” PennState: Statistics Online Courses, online.stat.psu.edu/statprogram/reviews. Accessed 18 Aug. 2023.

Median Pay, 2021

$96,280 per year

$46.29 per hour

Typical Entry-Level Education

Master's degree

Work Experience in a Related Occupation

None

On-the-job Training

None

Number of Jobs, 2021

36,100

Job Outlook, 2021-31

31% (Much faster than average)

Employment Change, 2021-31

11,200

“Mathematicians and Statisticians : Occupational Outlook Handbook.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 6 Feb. 2023, www.bls.gov/ooh/math/mathematicians-and-statisticians.htm#:~:text=more%20than%20%24169%2C500.-,The%20median%20annual%20wage%20for%20statisticians%20was%20%2495%2C570%20in%20May,percent%20earned%20more%20than%20%24157%2C300.



Statisticians often work alongside scientists, engineers, and other specialists. The job outlook is expected to grow at a much faster pace than most careers. Interestingly enough the best states for statisticians to work in are:


(State- Average Pay)


California- $105,423


New York- $99,334


Maryland- $96,913


Massachussetts- $96,016


Deleware- $95,788


New Jersey- $95,046


District of Columbia- $95,293


Vermont- $93,837



As you can see, this field pays quite well! It also excels in some beautiful states. Finally here a list of the most common fields that employ statisticians:



-Agriculture


-Animal Population


-Astronomy


Biology


-Census


-Chemistry


-Computer Science


-Demography



Overall, statistics is a very promising and wonderful career for those who enjoy mathematics!

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