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    (Original post by h.xlx)
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    Yeah. I imagine they hire statisticians and applied mathematicians too.
    Do you have any idea for what specific jobs in this industry you're interested in?
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    (Original post by rayquaza17)
    Yeah. I imagine they hire statisticians and applied mathematicians too.
    Do you have any idea for what specific jobs in this industry you're interested in?
    I don't know about specific jobs, but working for the European space agency, nasa, spaceX, etc. If that helps lol
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    (Original post by h.xlx)
    I don't know about specific jobs, but working for the European space agency, nasa, spaceX, etc. If that helps lol
    If you want a decent job at NASA/SpaceX, you'll have to be an American citizen unfortunately.
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    If you want a decent job at NASA/SpaceX, you'll have to be an American citizen unfortunately.
    Really?! I was looking online and they were talking about international students who went on to work for them. (Not necessarily in America but for them nonetheless)

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    (Original post by h.xlx)
    Really?! I was looking online and they were talking about international students who went on to work for them. (Not necessarily in America but for them nonetheless)

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    I think they are the minority. I know it's very hard because the government sees rockets and spacecraft as very close to missiles, and so they take military precautions
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    I think they are the minority. I know it's very hard because the government sees rockets and spacecraft as very close to missiles, and so they take military precautions
    Ahhh, I see. Thanks dude!

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    Ahhh, I see. Thanks dude!

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