Careers for number crunchers & other quantitative types
If you see the beauty of numbers and wish you had a job that allowed you to put quantitative skills to use, then this book is for you. 'Careers for Number Crunchers' contains dozens of descriptions of jobs that involve the application of quantitative techniques to the problems at hand. Numerous Number Crunchers share their quantitative aptitude into rewarding careers.
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Careers for Number Crunchers & Other Quantitative Types
Rebecca E. Burnett
No preview available - 1993
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