Statistics—It’s not what you think it is.
With a career in statistics you can:
Employers Discuss The Demand For Statisticians
June 16, 2020
Love data? A career in statistics could be for you. A new national survey by SHRM finds data analysis skills are in high demand and the job growth for statisticians is expected to increase by 33.8% in the next ten years.Find Out More
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Meet a Statistician
Florence Nightingale Florence Nightingale was a pioneer in visual representation of statistics. She developed the modern circular histogram to present complicated statistical reports in a straightforward way. Nightingale also initiated improved medical care in India through her comprehensive statistical analysis of the country’s sanitation system. More
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