Code: 15-2041.00

Also known as: Demographer, Mathematical Statistician, Psychometric Consultant, Quantitative Methodologist, Research Scientist, Researcher, Statistical Analyst, Statistical Consultant, Statistical Reporting Analyst, Statistician

Description: Thanks to the Internet, an abundance of information is available and easily accessible. However, what do you do with all this information and how do you determine what numbers are accurate?Statisticians are mathematical wizards, responsible for collecting and analyzing data to draw intelligent conclusions.Entry-level Statisticians generally have a Bachelor's degree in mathematics, statistics or a related field. Advancement will require a Master's degree and practical work, while some industries may prefer a candidate with a PH.D.


Typical wages

10% $52,700
25% $68,810
Median $92,270
75% $121,800
90% $150,840
10% $25.33
25% $33.08
Median $44.36
75% $58.56
90% $72.52

Projected employment

Estimated Employment
(2019 year)
Projected Employment
(2029 year)
Percent Change +0 %
Projected Annual Job Openings 4,900