International Career Resources

United Kingdom United Kingdom Provided by the Royal Statistical Society
United States United States Provided by the American Statistical Association
United States United States Provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
United States United States John Sall, SAS co-founder, talks about the discipline of statistics as well as Statistics2013 (Webinar)
Provided by SAS
United States United States Statistician Duties from TheNest.com, a website for newly married women
United States United States Statistician Description from TheNest.com, a website for newly married women
United States United States Statisticians help make the world go around provided by the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS).
Mexico Mexico Myths and Realities of Statistics provided by the Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas (CIMAT) and the Universidad de Guanajuato.
United Kingdom United Kingdom Statisticians Fast Stream
Provided by Prospects–the United Kingdom’s Official Graduate Careers Website
United Kingdom United Kingdom Stand Out and Be Counted: Quantitative Skills and Social Scientists
Provided by The British Academy via SAGE
United Kingdom United Kingdom Using Quantitative Skills in Research and Academia
Provided by The British Academy via SAGE
United Kingdom United Kingdom Using Quantitative Skills in Business
Provided by The British Academy via SAGE
United Kingdom United Kingdom Using Quantitative Skills in Journalism
Provided by The British Academy via SAGE
United Kingdom United Kingdom Using Quantitative Skills in the Third Sector
Provided by The British Academy via SAGE
United States United States How Seemingly Boring Statistics Can Help You Launch an Exciting Career
From Business Insider
International International Big Data & Statistics–ESSEC Business School and the International Society for Business and Industrial Statistics for the International Year of Statistics 2013
Provided by ESSEC Business School and the International Society for Business and Industrial Statistics