At the time of writing there are still 56 2/3 % of days in April left to celebrate! One of the many reasons I like to promote the practice of statistics is the real opportunities for meaningful careers.
Since graduating in 1997 with an M.S. in Statistics with an emphasis in Biostatistics, I have never lacked for job choices. Just starting or mid-career it is never too late to add analytics to your repertoire!
Check out the Math and Stat awareness homepage.
The American Statistical Association offers up this article: Celebrate the Significance of Mathematics and Statistics at Amstat News
My statistics alma mater, UC Davis posts 7 cool facts about math and statistics. Here is a sample:
Statistics Majors are on the Rise
Finally, here are a few statistics classes you can look into. Summer Statistics Courses 2017.
(list credit Janet R, Clinical Assistant Professor)
So get out there and do some math!
Jesse Sharp is an expert in the analysis of health care data. Passionate about data and the ethics of analysis he writes on topics related to medicine, public health and statistics. More...