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22 Apr

Scott Dennison: The Average Actuary

According to a Pew Research Center study, approximately 3.42% of the U.S. population are actuaries, and that percentage seems to be on the decline. And one can assume why: for most people, it takes between 7 and 10 years to become a fully qualified actuary. Aspiring actuaries in the U.S. typically spend between 3 and 5 years getting a bachelor’s degree and about 7 to 8 passing all ten actuarial exams. So, as one can imagine, the study of actuarial science is an office job that the average citizen doesn’t seem to know too much about. So let’s take a look into the world of actuary sciences by talking to one of the U.S.’s more prominent actuaries: Scott Dennison.

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