What Actuaries Do
Actuaries use math, insights, and monetary hypothesis to analyze risk. Actuaries typically work for with insurance organizations. Most work in office settings. Actuaries normally need a four year degree to enter the occupation and work through a progression of tests to become certified.
A foundation of business, statistics, and mathematics is essential.
Average compensation for actuaries is currently $124,000 a year. (May 2020 Glassdoor)
Actuarial opportunities is projected to grow 24% from 2020 to 2030, a lot quicker than the normal for all occupations.
Are you interested in these great Actuarial opportunities:
GAAP Financial Reporting, Associate Actuary
Work from Home
Remote Actuarial position, requiring limited travel to Headquarters in CT.
Nonprofit Medicaid/Medicare health plan looking for an Actuary
Contact a SC International Actuarial Recruiter to discuss your new opportunity today!