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Bright future labour market for statisticians in Sweden

In the report "Prospects" (Framtidsutsikter) from the Swedish Confederation of Professional Associations, SACO, it is stated that the future labour market for statisticians and mathematicians in Sweden looks very good. In 2022, the labour market is characterized by little competition for jobs, and this is already a fact today.

Qun Wang. Photo: Private.

"I really got what I was expecting from the Master’s Programme”

Qun Wang started with studies in international business in Umeå, but decided to change to statistics due to her interest in them. After studying our Master’s programme she now works at Statistics Sweden.

Arian Barakat and Rebin Hosini. Photo: Department of Statistics, Stockholm University

"Find a company that you are interested in and approach them"

Two of our alumni, Arian Barakat and Resini Hosini, visited us for a guest lecture on World Statistics Day. Here are their best tips on how to write your master's or bachelor's thesis in statistics at a company.

How to get a job in Sweden

Many of our international students need information about how to get a job and career in Sweden. We have gathered such information for our students here. If you have more questions, please contact the student councellor.

Working in Sweden - advice for newly arrived professionals

The Swedish Union for academics gives advice to newly arrived academics in Sweden.

Part time jobs

From time to time we need to hire personnel for different types of part time jobs at the department.

This is Statistics

American Statistical Association informs on Statistics, studies, research and careers.


Join our own Alumni group

The Department of Statistics has a group in the Stockholm university alumni network. Join us to broaden your network!


Stockholm University Career pages, MyCareer.