Congrats to Our 2018 #StatsGrad Winner

The This is Statistics team has enjoyed looking through all the photos submitted in the 2018 #StatsGrad contest. While we’re proud of each and every graduate, Jemar Bather is our winner!

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Jemar received his master’s degree in applied statistics from New York University. He paired his 2018 graduation photo with a quote that speaks to his commitment to studying statistics:

“For me, giving up is way harder than trying.”

Congratulations to all of our #StatsGrads! You are entering a promising career field with ample opportunity, great pay and a wide range of fields to choose from.

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If you’re just starting the job hunt, This is Statistics is here to help.

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