I'm graduating with a BS in Statistics in less than 1 year now, and lets face it. Every statistician job out there right now either requires tons of experience or a masters degree. What type of jobs could I seek that will allow me to move away from home and start a career?
I have a BA in Statistics. Specifically, what jobs can I look for?
I've been on job sites and most all statistician jobs require previous work experience.
My sister wants to know how many years of college you need to become a statistician. She also wants to know the expenses for it. (She isn't in college yet, but something in her homework asks something similar to this)
I'm going onto University soon (hopefully!) I have a passion for politics and was wondering what Jobs can one get if they have a political science degree? List of potential institutions and potential salary would be fantastic.
As always I will give 10 points to the best answer.
Thanks in advance :)
Other then besides teacher? Any one here who actually works in such jobs that I can asks questions about?
Are suchs jobs availiable during bad economic times?
Links or proof please if no problem?
Reason I ask is so I can actually contact places that hire and be able to talk to some people who actual do this and hope for job shadowing.
Also, how should I go about doing it? I'm not looking necessarily for a job related to mathematics, but just something that will pay the bills and allow me to build up savings.
Like yenno the jobs where you get up and dress up extra nice everyday and walk around in high heels :)
People are so going to tell me to learn how to spell that before I go to university.
Mistake corrected :)
I would like to join the Air Force and later find a job in the financial industry. What type of jobs can I expect to find with a commerce degree?
I am taking a degree and want to know what jobs i can get with all three degrees combined or separate on their own.
I am planning to take statistics classes and computer science classes, do you know of any good way to start getting some experience out in the field? Not a full job or anything, but id like to move on from keeping the book for baseball games and such. Any suggestions as to what I could do to get some more experience and knowledge of the field?
Im a freshman attend Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond Va. I am majoring in mathematics with a concentration in applied mathematics. I was just wondering what kind of jobs can i get besides becoming a math teacher. I have heard of the occupation "Actuary" so if someone could tell me about that it would be great.
I graduated from college with a bachelors of mathematics in spring of 06 and last year I taught as a high school teacher. I want to explore other career options but I am having trouble finding the right fit. I do not have a drivers lisencse so a job requireing internal travel is not an option for me at this point. Where can I go to find jobs with so little experience, no driving experience, a bachelors in math, and decent enough pay to make a living. (I am thinking about 35k a year or more).
Do you think I could get a job working a couple days a week? I already have a fulltime job. I'd like to be one of the people who walks around with a clipboard because I log enough time sitting at a boring desk.
What kind of census positions are there? I don't know what's involved, I only see the clipboard people...
Which type of professional writes about politicial, societal and economic issues and ideas for progress in media such as newpapers, magazines and other periodicals as well as electronic media?
Which one discovers new mathematical patterns and practically applies them to other fields such as linguistics?
What education is required for these jobs? Which websites can help that one can work in these professions, as well as acquire the necessary education?
Hello, i'm doing my bachelors in mathematics and wish to continue my further studies in the same field......can you please give me some idea about what kind of jobs are there for me out there, except being a teacher. Please guide me with all you know......
thanks in advance.
The job that statisticians/ demographers do interests me a lot, especially the social aspect of it (like calculating the unemployment rate, the amount of people who support a law, population growth, etc.). However, I have no clue what sort of internships I should be looking for that would give me an idea of the actual work environment and everything. Where do I concentrate my research on? What titles or positions do I look for?
I'm thinking of either that or environmental studies. Environmental studies interests me more, but I don't think I could get a job with it.
I am a stats geek, and love looking up, and figuring out stats for various sports, and I do not have a degree or anything like that, but I've always wondered, what job could i possibly find to actually get paid to help some team keep records or something?
Well i am interested in chemistry and some parts of biology.
i want to be able to carry a gun and and possibly arrest people.
I am kinda interested in government.
I'm great at the art actually i love the art. Specially photography. I draw, make up songs, and draw people.
I'm great around children actually make of my teachers say i would make a great teacher...but i would like something above that.
Also I'm great at math.
What jobs do you think i would be good at?
I have a BA in Statistics. What jobs can I get? Most statistician jobs require work experience or a master's degree.