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Old 04-30-2012, 06:11 PM
lg3 lg3 is offline
Join Date: Jun 2008
Studying for exam raises
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I think Life is a good one. Risk also is really picking up momentum, and is much more generic, so you could consult with almost any company, rather than having only life-specific skills. Then again, the credential doesn't really do anything for you since you're required to have applicable experience anyway. So even with a ERM FSA track, you still can't really do anything with that yourself.

I'd stick with life because it will likely be easier for you and it really doesn't matter which track you choose. The letters are the same.
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