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03-29-2002, 05:32 PM
In response to the requests here (http://www.actuary.ca/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=2321&forum=14) and here (http://www.actuary.ca/mod.php?mod=poll&op=results&pid=1), we now have an EA Salary Survey form at http://www.dwsimpson.com/easurvey.html to augment the information that we have internally.
You are welcome to pass that link to any Enrolled Actuaries. The sooner we get enough credible data, the sooner I'll publish it. - Claude
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04-19-2002, 10:11 AM
The Enrolled Actuaries that have sent in their compensation info so far lean towards the several SOA courses or designated actuary side. Any ideas as to the best places, on the web, to ask EA's with few or no SOA courses to fill in our survey?
I feel a little like Bud Abbott with that setup line.
04-19-2002, 11:55 AM
ASPA is a possible place. These persons work for small firms, it is my understanding, as most major consulting firms require ASA along with the EA in order to sign a B. I know of only one human exception.
04-19-2002, 12:12 PM
Thank you, Intents. One thing I just checked, that I should have done weeks ago, is see how many EA's in the SOA directory do not have an ASA or FSA. Out of 4,000 EA's, around 1,000 do not have the ASA or FSA. So it would make sense that what I would be seeing in the sample would be mostly multiple-designated enrolled actuaries, since 75% of the EA population is multiple-designated.
There are some basic tenets of non-casualty stuff that I'm still learning, and try not to ask our recruiters every time I lack info on the SOA side.
The problem with approaching the ASPA is that they have their own EA survey, that they sell, so I'm trying to stay out of their way for myriad reasons. But thank you again.
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