>>7764363 I have a CS major and stats minor. I've been actively been looking for data science and data analyst jobs. Most of them are only for Masters degrees in Data Science. So I'd suggest that you get a masters or cross your fingers. I don't think that math alone would help you any. Also learn R, and SAS
>>7764688 The study says that the data comes from people with 5 - 8 years experience.
I'm sure that you can still try to apply after graduation but expect a lower salary than the one shown and if it doesn't work then do the related jobs like statistician that are more likely to take in recent grads and then apply again.
>>7764696 Yeah and while this is just anecdotal evidence I have noticed that most as in > 85% of the Data Science jobs I've looked at recently have required at least a masters degree in Data Science. I feel like it is becoming the standard as the field grows.
>>7764363 Honestly I wouldn't hold my breath. You need to know how to manipulate data and interpret it. Which is something that you wouldn't learn from a math major. If you are truly passionate go to Graduate school
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