As we produce exponentially growing amounts of digital data, the demand for people who can make sense of that information is growing. Statisticians and actuaries use mathematical techniques to build models to solve problems and predict behaviour and outcomes.
You’ll likely need a graduate degree in math or statistics.
The median salary for statisticians and actuaries is $87,000.
This is a fast-growing field, with 87% more people working as statisticians and actuaries in 2018 than in 2013. Five years from now, the government predicts there will be an equal number of jobs and job seekers.
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