Statisticians are in demand. And, with emerging fields like data sciences and bioinformatics, there’s a high probability demand will continue to rise. Scientists and business leaders rely on good data to make informed decisions, which means they also rely on a good statistician to expertly collect, analyze, and summarize data. A minor in statistics can give you an edge in the marketplace, especially in the social sciences, public health, marketing, and other data-reliant fields.
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