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Ken

I find 2 very odd, as I thought that many more students would do a masters in biostatistics as it is a requirement for consulting work. The lowest level may be biostatistics undergraduate degrees which aren't very common, unlike for statistics. That would then leave green as masters degrees in biostatistics.

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