​​​​​Statistician (Economic)

Economic statisticians collect, process, compile and disseminate statistics concerning the economy of a region, country or group of countries.

Employers:
Bureau of Labor Statistics
United States Census Bureau

Qualifications/Preferred Skills:
To become a statistician, you must have a bachelor's degree and you may want to pursue an advanced degree in statistics or a related field. Statisticians have strong mathematics skills (algebra, calculus, statistics, etc.). They are critical thinkers and use mathematics and logical analysis to solve complex problems. Programming skills are a plus.

National Average Salary:
$119,000

​References:
1https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economic_statistics
2http://www.indeed.com/salary?q1=Statistician+or+Economist&l1=washington+d.c.​3https://www.mymajors.com/career/statisticians/skills/