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Statisticians use a variety of statistical techniques to gather, analyze, and interpret data that is used to resolve real-world problems in the healthcare, business, engineering, and other fields. The exact methods they use depends on the data that needs to be collected and analyzed. They may also design customized surveys, opinion polls or experiments if necessary, to collect the required data.
It takes advanced education to become a statistician. Most employers will only consider applicants with a master's degree in a qualitative field such as mathematics, or statistics. A Doctorate may be the necessary for academic and research positions. A bachelor's degree has very limited prospects and is generally only considered for entry-level jobs. Statisticians must have outstanding analytical, problem-solving, math, precision and communication skills.
Be prepared to answer some tough questions at your statistician interview. The interviewer will ask you about your strengths as they relate to this role. They will also ask you if you have any weakness that could possibly affect your efficiency in this role. Are you doing anything to overcome your weak areas? What drives you as a statistician? Do you see yourself doing this job for the next 5 to 10 years? Finding the right answers on the spot can be difficult. However, you will be able to answer more confidently if you take time to practice your replies to some of the more commonly asked questions. You can find these listed at Mock Questions.