A statistician is a person who works with theoretical or applied statistics. The profession exists in both the public sectors, it is common to combine statistical knowledge with expertise in other subjects, statisticians may work as employees or as statistical consultants. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of 2014, 26,970 jobs were classified as statistician in the United States. Of these people 30 percent worked for governments; as of May 2016, the median pay for statisticians in the United States was $80,500. Additionally, there is a substantial number of people who use statistics and data analysis in their work but have job titles other than statistician, such as actuaries, applied mathematicians, data scientists, data analysts, financial analysts, sociologists and quantitative psychologists. Statisticians are included with the professions in various national and international occupational classifications. According to the BLS, "Overall employment is projected to grow 33% from 2016 to 2026, much faster than average for all occupations.
Businesses will need these workers to analyze the increasing volume of digital and electronic data."In the United States most employment in the field requires either a master's degree in statistics or a related field or a PhD. "Typical work includes collaborating with scientists, providing mathematical modeling, designing randomized experiments and randomized sampling plans, analyzing experimental or survey results, forecasting future events." List of statisticians History of statistics Statistician entry, Occupational Outlook Handbook, U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Careers Center, American Statistical Association Careers information, Royal Statistical Society Listing of tasks and duties - The International Standard Classification of Occupations Listings of nature of work etc - O*NET
Henry M. Hyams was an American lawyer and Democratic politician, he served as the 7th Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana from 1862 to 1864 under Governor Thomas Overton Moore during the American Civil War, when Louisiana joined the Confederate States of America. He was an advocate of slavery in the United States. Henry M. Hyams was born on March 1806 in Charleston, South Carolina, his cousin was Judah P. Benjamin. Hyams worked for the Canal Bank in Louisiana, he was admitted to the Louisiana bar in 1830, he joined the law firm Dunbar and Elgee in Alexandria, becoming one of the first Jews living in Alexandria. He operated a plantation. Hyams moved to Louisiana in 1853, where he practised the law, he served as a clerk of the District Court of Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. He was elected to the Louisiana State Senate as a Democrat in 1855, he served as the Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana from 1862 to 1864. Hyams supported slavery. Indeed, as early as the 1830s, he joined a vigilante group to defend the institution of slavery.
Hyams was an observant Jew. He had thirteen children, his son, Henry M. Hyams, Jr. practiced law in New Orleans. Hyams died on June 1875 in New Orleans, Louisiana, his funeral was held by Rabbi James Koppel Gutheim, he was buried in Lafayette Cemetery in New Orleans. His obituary in The Times-Picayune described him as "a standard-bearer of the ancient regime."
Jack Lambert is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Darlington, on loan from League Two club Scunthorpe United. He began his career in Middlesbrough's youth system, made his senior debut in the Scottish Premiership with Dundee, after joining Scunthorpe in 2019, spent time on loan at National League North clubs Darlington and Blyth Spartans. Lambert made his professional debut for Dundee in a 2–0 Scottish Premiership loss to Celtic on 26 December 2017, coming on as a late substitute. At the end of the 2018–19 season, Lambert was released by Dundee. Lambert returned to England and signed for League Two club Scunthorpe United in July 2019, as part of their under-23 side, he joined National League North club Darlington on 15 November on a month's loan, made his debut the following day as a half-time substitute with his new team 5–0 down away to Brackley Town. The loan was extended for a second month. After a month on loan at another National League North club, Blyth Spartans, during which he made three league starts, he returned to Darlington on 6 March 2020 for the rest of the season.