Actuaries analyze statistics in order to calculate the risk and financial cost associated with a certain event. By assessing the potential risks and cost of an event, Actuaries can help businesses develop a plan to minimize any negative outcomes.
Actuaries can work in a variety of industries, ranging from healthcare and insurance to the financial sector. The work that they do is all-encompassing and affects business as a whole, so Actuaries find themselves in constant contact with other members of a business, including managers, accountants, underwriters and financial officers.
Actuary responsibilities may include:
One bad decision can cost a company millions. In order to provide businesses with plans that will minimize risks, a skilled Actuary will:
In order to qualify for an entry level job as a trainee, candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Actuarial Science, Business, or a related field. However, candidates should plan to pursue associate or fellow level certificates with the Casualty Actuarial Society or a similar organization if they wish to practice as a full professional.
In addition, candidates are required to complete continuing education requirements during the duration of their time as a professional Actuary.START INTERVIEW NOW START INTERVIEW NOW
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