Employers would most likely want to see strong foundations in math concepts that are usually taught at the college level.
Concepts such as: matrices, probability, regression analysis, etc.
Without graduating college, it’s risky for them because they can’t assume you have even seen those concepts.
To alleviate their risks, you need to provide strong evidence of these skills. You can do so through projects, smaller freelance work, or voluntary data analysis such as for non-profit organizations. Strongly emphasize your mathematical abilities.
If you can convince them that you have the skills plus the math to back it up, then you’re probably good.