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Analytical statisticians specialize in developing and applying statistical or mathematical theory and methods to collate, organize and analyze numerical data in order to provide usable information. Experienced analytical statisticians may choose to specialize in a variety of fields, from economic or business statistics to agricultural, bio and business statistics.
To work as an analytical statistician, you must have a bachelor's degree in general or applied mathematics, business statistics, general statistics, biostatistics or computational and applied mathematics.
The first question you are likely to be asked at your analytical statistician interview is why you choose to pursue this path. Other questions are you are sure to be asked are why you think you are the best candidate for the job, what are your career goals, where do you see yourself a few years from now and more. Go through analytical statistician mock interview questions so you have a better idea of what other questions to expect and you can prepare the answers accordingly.