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After graduating with his master's degree in Statistics in 1986, Clayton spent three years teaching undergraduate courses in statistics at the University of Western Ontario in London Ontario. In 1989, he began his career as a public servant with the federal government in Ottawa. He spent twelve years at Statistics Canada, where he worked as a survey methodologist on various business surveys. In 2001, Clayton moved to his current position of Assistant Chief Methodologist at Elections Canada, where he deals with mathematical and statistical issues related to electoral administration, including record linkage, survey methodology, and data analysis. Clayton lives in Ottawa with his wife Lynn and two children.
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