Also try this one (a bit more recent):
Bottom line is that if you've got reasonable statistical skills, you should have no difficulty finding a job that pays [very] well. Though not necessarily the job you were originally trained for, nor the TT position that you so richly deserve at one of the ten or twenty top-3 R1s. And your dissertation committee may view you as a complete failure, though when you visit campus in five years and park your Ferrari next to your committee chair's Hyundai, you won't feel so bad.
[of course, I'm making up the last part, since even if you come back to campus in a Ferrari, you won't be able to get a parking permit.]
And even with statistics skills, you will only have a job until such time that some of the Asian students who are constantly getting trashed on PSJR pool the useless dollars earned by their companies, buy yours, and shut it down purely out of spite. At which point you can join the political theorists who are living in appliance boxes under the freeway.