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Jobs Role for Statistical Data Analysis

Who Hires Statisticians?
Statisticians are mathematicians who specialize in the reasoning and methods for producing and observant data. Students who major in math can combine a focus in statistics with other subject area like science, business, or computer science.

The Role of Statistics in Medicine:
Statistics is important in the area of health and medicine. The field of biostatistics deals with the application of statistics specifically in biology. Some statistics careers are available in:
  1. Animal Health
  2. Public Health
  3. Clinical Research
  4. Epidemiology
  5. Forensics Medicine
  6. Genetics
  7. Pharmacology
The Role of Statistics in Business and Industry:
The role of statistics in business and industry is to help solve the major problems in companies today like quality control and product improvement. Such companies can be in the line of work such as:
  1. Agriculture
  2. Chemistry
  3. Computer Science
  4. Economics and Finance
  5. Engineering
  6. Insurance
  7. Manufacturing
  8. Marketing
  9. Reliability
The Role of Statistics in Government:
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 30% of statisticians work for federal, state and local governments. Some of the jobs are in the fields of:
  1. Bureau of Justice Statistics
  2. Census and Population Research
  3. Commerce
  4. Ecology
  5. Forestry
  6. Government Regulations
  7. Law
  8. National Defense

Data Analyst Role

Work for Data Analyst
1. Performs logical data modeling
2. Identifies patterns in data
3.  Designs and creates reports
Definition of Data Analyst
‘The Data Analyst is the professional whose focal point of analysis and problem solving relates to data, types of data, and relationships among data elements within a business system or IT system or any other systems.’

The data analyst role can commonly involve the following: 
1)   Collecting the data, documenting the types and structure of the business data that is also known as logical modeling
2)   Analyzing and drawing out data to identify patterns and correlations among the various data points, 
3)   Mapping and tracing data from system to system in order to solve a given business or system problem, 
4)   Design and create data reports and reporting tools to help business executives in their decision making, 
5)   execute statistical analysis of any kind of data.
Other common titles for this role are: Data Modeler, Business Intelligence Analyst, Data Warehouse Analyst, Systems Analyst, and Business Analyst (generic term), etc.