"The actuarial science sector assesses business, insurance, and other financial risks. The statistics sector collects and analyzes data for businesses and data collection organizations. The economics sector analyzes economic trends and processes and to advise on future policy creation. All three fields require at least a degree in statistics, finance, or economics for entry.
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Most jobs in these sectors are full time and pay upwards of $60,000 annually. Examples of these positions are financial analysts, data mining researchers, economic policy advisors, risk assessment analysts, and many more.