Statistical consulting can be a very rewarding and lucrative career path for those interested in data and statistics. However, this field of work requires a skill set that often isn’t taught in most undergraduate and graduate statistics programs.
When considering a career in statistical consulting, it’s important to acknowledge that having a solid understanding of statistical methods and theories is the bare minimum — and that a great statistician does not necessarily make a great statistical consultant. Consulting requires a separate non-technical skill set that needs to be developed and honed over time.
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Brad Carlin live with the Normandale CC Jazz Ensemble, March 7, 2019, performing “Hit the Bricks” by Gordon Goodwin. So much fun to play with this talented group of musicians of all ages!