The Statistical Society of Australia is committed to being the leading voice in statistics in Australia. To help us prioritise our activities, we need to understand the needs and interests of our members and the wider data science community. This survey will inform our strategy for the coming years. We thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback. The survey will remain open until 5pm AEDT on Monday 13 March.

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* 1. Do you identify with one or more of the following terms? (tick all that apply)

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* 2. What is your primary employment? (Tick one)

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* 3. What is your age bracket?

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* 4. Where do you live?

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* 5. Which gender do you identify as (if any)?

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* 6. How IMPORTANT is it that the Statistical Society of Australia undertakes the following activities?

  Very important Important Moderately important Somewhat important Not important at all
Increase diversity and inclusion within the profession
Facilitate networking via events delivered online and/or face-to-face
Advocate to government, government agencies, and educational institutions on behalf of the profession
Nurture strong Branches, Sections, and Networks
Keep members abreast of innovations and trends within the profession
Facilitate professional mentoring
Amplify statistical voices in public discourse
Maintain online resources, industry research, tools, and best practice guidelines
Access to discounts and other third party member benefits (e.g. discount on Significance magazine, professional indemnity insurance)
Run a national conference for the profession
Maintain a directory of accredited statisticians
Showcase the work of members at conferences, workshops, publications, and podcasts
Run public awareness campaigns (e.g. promoting statistics as a career, the use and misuse of statistics, the role of statisticians)
Advocate to improve data literacy and the teaching of statistics in schools
Increase professional skills via training programs delivered online and/or face-to-face
Run a rigorous accreditation process for individuals and courses
Access to support to find and apply for a role (e.g. jobs board, CV review, support for statistical migrants)
Produce the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Statistics
Facilitate online connectivity within the profession (e.g. ANZSTAT forum, social media)

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* 7. How EFFECTIVE do you think the Statistical Society of Australia is at the following?

  Very effective Effective Moderately effective Somewhat effective Not effective at all
Amplify statistical voices in public discourse
Run public awareness campaigns (e.g. promoting statistics as a career, the use and misuse of statistics, the role of statisticians)
Nurture strong Branches, Sections, and Networks
Produce the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Statistics
Increase diversity and inclusion within the profession
Access to support to find and apply for a role (e.g. jobs board, CV review, support for statistical migrants)
Facilitate networking via events delivered online and/or face-to-face
Showcase the work of members at conferences, workshops, publications, and podcasts
Increase professional skills via training programs delivered online and/or face-to-face
Facilitate professional mentoring
Run a national conference for the profession
Advocate to improve data literacy and the teaching of statistics in schools
Maintain online resources, industry research, tools, and best practice guidelines
Advocate to government, government agencies, and educational institutions on behalf of the profession
Facilitate online connectivity within the profession (e.g. ANZSTAT forum, social media)
Keep members abreast of innovations and trends within the profession
Maintain a directory of accredited statisticians
Run a rigorous accreditation process for individuals and courses
Access to discounts and other third party member benefits (e.g. discount on Significance magazine, professional indemnity insurance)

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* 8. How should the Statistical Society of Australia interact with data science?

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* 9. If you could change one thing about the Statistical Society of Australia, what would it be?

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* 10. How likely is it that you would recommend the Statistical Society of Australia to a friend or colleague?

Not at all likely
Extremely likely

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* 11. Are you accredited with the Statistical Society of Australia? (tick only one)

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* 12. Are you a member of the Statistical Society of Australia?

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