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Old 09-17-2018, 06:11 PM
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I don't know how anyone can honestly believe this unless they're trying to protect their egos.

Today's pool of candidates are significantly stronger than the ones from 20 years back. Even as the problems got harder, the pass rates and the pts needed to pass have gone up.

You think all those job rankings placing actuaries as the best job in america didn't affect the pool of candidates?
many of the candidates from 20 years back dropped out before attaining ASA or FSA. I'm referring to the ones who got through it.
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