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Old 02-16-2017, 02:10 PM
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Look no further than the pecking order of glam actuarial jobs, by type of company:

-P&C reinsurance
-P&C commercial specialty
-P&C commercial
-Life reinsurance
-P&C personal
-Health
-Life primary
-Retirement/Benefits
-Pension

P&C dominates the top 5.
This is pretty accurate. I don't get why you have Retirements/Benefits AND pension as two seperate fields, though.
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My friend says all the time, he wishes he did life/health now that he's an ACAS, 3 years minimum of studying away from FCAS, and most of his friends are already FSA (we all had similar exam success).
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Old 02-16-2017, 02:22 PM
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My friend says all the time, he wishes he did life/health now that he's an ACAS, 3 years minimum of studying away from FCAS, and most of his friends are already FSA (we all had similar exam success).
Uh what. If he's ACAS the minimum is 1.5 years...
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Old 02-16-2017, 02:25 PM
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Uh what. If he's ACAS the minimum is 1.5 years...
1 year IMO
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1 year IMO
1 year is pretty hard
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Half a year is harder imo
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This is pretty accurate. I don't get why you have Retirements/Benefits AND pension as two seperate fields, though.
Is health bad? Is it really "better" than P&C personal?
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Look no further than the pecking order of glam actuarial jobs, by type of company:

-P&C reinsurance
-P&C commercial specialty
-P&C commercial
-Life reinsurance
-P&C personal
-Health
-Life primary
-Retirement/Benefits
-Pension

P&C dominates the top 5.
why is commercial specialty ranked higher than commercial? I thought it was the other way around?
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Old 02-18-2017, 09:42 PM
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why is commercial specialty ranked higher than commercial? I thought it was the other way around?
It's not.
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