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Careers and Employment as an Actuary

Actuaries are typically employed by insurance companies, consulting firms, government, financial institutions, corporations and academia. Based on progress through actuarial exams, experience and credentials, actuaries in the United States are at many levels. Levels include; entry level, actuarial student, ASA, FSA, ACAS, FCAS and EA. Actuaries typically work in various insurance areas of life, health, casualty as well as pensions and more. Employment of actuaries is projected to grow by 18 percent over a ten year period, from 2014 to 2024. Due to the small size of the occupation, the fast growth will result in the addition of 4,400 actuarial jobs. Actuaries will be needed to calculate the cost of new risks, and develop, price, and evaluate a variety of insurance products. More actuaries will be needed for enterprise risk management, a practice whereby actuaries help companies manage their own risk by avoiding, managing, and responding to potential financial risks across all areas of business operations. This form of analysis ultimately helps companies adjust their business and investment strategies in order to gain economic returns and/or respond to new financial regulations. The increase in available consumer data will require actuaries to analyze large amounts of information on behalf of insurance companies. This increase in available data will better help insurance companies to develop new products, set competitive prices, predict consumer behavior, and make more accurate projections of future risks and costs..

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