Three Tips for Discussing Your Actuarial Work History

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In a perfect world, you would always have jobs you love—and nothing to share but positive work experiences. But unfortunately, from time to time you may find yourself with a job you don’t love—prompting you to move on to something new. So when you’re at an interview for an exciting new actuarial job, how do… Read more »

Self-Reflection as an Actuarial Professional

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Have you set career goals? If not, you should! Goals give you something to work toward and keep you motivated in your career—and this is especially important as an actuarial professional. Yours is a promising career path with lots of opportunity, high employee demand and the possibility to earn a high salary. The advantages of… Read more »

Actuarial Pros: Why Should You Take a Recruiter’s Call?

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As an actuarial professional, you’ve chosen a wise career path! Actuaries are in hot demand and often command salaries in excess of $100k, especially if you’re a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (or on your way to earning an FSA distinction). So if you’re contacted by a recruiter in regard to an open actuarial… Read more »

How to Hire When Recruiting is a Challenge

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Staffing can be difficult. It takes time to find the right talent to match well with your unique business needs and company culture. But it’s important to find the right employees because the quality of your hiring choices makes or breaks the success of your business. So, what can you do to hire the best-matched… Read more »

Does Your Workforce Resist Change?       

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Many employees fear change because they are comfortable with how things are. When you introduce an upcoming change, you may be met with resistance—irritability, anger and suspicion are all common. So, what can you do to help your employees embrace change and even look forward to it? Five pro tips for easier transitions As an… Read more »