I'm a college sophomore in an applied math BS program with a statistics concentration at a state university. I originally came from a computer science background, but I decided to pursue this after really enjoying my AP Stats class my senior year of high school. I'm currently taking my first mathematical statistics class and in an R job with a professor.
Even though I still enjoy the subject in the classroom, I'm not 100% informed on what's out there as for career options (leaning towards data science right now).
While still in college, how should one prepare for the best chance at a statistics job? Is going on to graduate school recommended in the field?
Thanks for your time!!