Learn how biostatisticians analyze data and use it to make advances in medicine and healthcare. Hear about the educational requirements to enter this field as well tips to get started.
Learn how actuaries analyze numbers to determine uncertain future risks and calculate insurance rates. Hear about the challenges of the job as well as skills that can lead to success.
Hear what being a case worker entails. Learn what education is required for this job and hear about some of the challenges people may face in this career. See a preview of the next episode.
Credits: Real Life 101: Biostatistician / Actuary / Hospital Social Worker
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If you like working with numbers, you’re going to love our first two careers! Shawn will meet a biostatistician who analyzes data and uses the findings to make advances in medicine and health care that benefit us all. Ever heard of an actuary? Gracey found out they analyze numbers to determine the risk of uncertain future events, such as hurricanes or automobile accidents, to calculate insurance rates. Then we’ll change gears as Shawn talks with a social worker who works in hospitals with patients to assist them on their continued path to recovery.
Length: 22 minutes
Copyright date: ©2013
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