What is the name of the person that calculates statistics for insurance companies?
And how do u go about taking the tests that they have to take before they get that job. Im a math major and im lookin for that info...thnx
Asked By: Seana - 9/8/2007
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You're doing good to be a math major. Math or statistics majors do excellent in this field. You would want to take courses in actuarial science, business, finance or economics and accounting, too, if you still have time. Computer science classes are also a plus. On the contrary to another answer you received, insurance... More
Answered By: GoodGyrl - 9/8/2007
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Answered By: madgooner - 9/8/2007
An actuary. Most actuaries have a masters degree in actuarial science. I don't believe you need to "pass a test".
Answered By: mbrcatz17 - 9/8/2007
I have my BS degree in math with the intention of being an actuary. It didn't work out for me - I ended up being an agent. There are 10 tests to pass & as you pass each one, your salary increases (as long as you have gotten a job as an actuary). Take classes in actuary science if available at your school or in your... More
Answered By: Sue - 9/8/2007
actuary, and they are well paid and in very high demand.
Answered By: kikidismom - 9/8/2007
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