A biometrician uses statistical analysis to study data. These professionals look for patterns to forecast the probability of the occurrence of specific conditions or phenonmena that may occur in the environment. The findings of a biometrician will increase quality control of projects in the field by allowing colleagues to expect and plan for different scenarios.
Median Salary: $105,700
STEM Type: Investigator
A biometrician must have a master’s degree in ecology, statistics, wildlife biology, or zoology.
Recommended High School Courses
Students interested in this career should study math, biology, chemistry, and computer technology in high school.