The career interest topic of my choice how to become an actuary and what it entails to be an actuary

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The career interest topic of my choice how to become an actuary and what it entails to be an actuary

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1 Who is an actuary?
1.1 Definition: one who calculates insurance and property costs, especially, the cost of life insurance risks and insurance premiums. (sources include internet search engines and dictionaries)

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  • Dictionary of Legal Terms: Definitions and Explanations for Non-Lawyers
1.2 Different types of actuaries (sources will be media outlets specifically journals or books)

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  • Book Title: Actuaries' Survival Guide: How to Succeed in One of the Most Desirable Professions 1st Edition           Author name: Fred Szabo 
1.2.1 valuation actuaries
1.2.2 pricing actuaries
1.2.3 consulting actuaries
1.2.4 pension actuaries
1.2.5 financial actuaries
1.3 Skills that an actuary is required(sources will be media outlets specifically journals or books)

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  • Actuaries' Survival Guide: How to Succeed in One of the Most Desirable Professions 1st Edition (Szabo 2004) Author name: Fred Szabo
1.3.1 mathematical skills
1.3.2 supplementary skills
1.3.2.1 finance and accounting skills
1.3.2.2 software skills
1.3.2.3 communication skills
1.3.2.4 interpersonal skills
2 How to be an actuary? (sources include academic websites and )
2.1 Undergraduate courses that any given educational institute lists as a qualification to undertake the course. (Sources include educational institutes websites )

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  • http://www.math.uconn.edu/degree-programs/undergraduate/actuarial-sciences-major/
2.2 Universities and colleges with actuarial programs (UCAP) in the U.S.(sources will be academic website).

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  • https://www.soa.org/Education/Resources/actuarial-colleges/actuarial-college-listings-details.aspx
2.3 Exams required to be an actuary
2.3.1 SOA exams
2.3.2 CAS exams
3 what is the actuary career profile?sources include government reports or legal documents)
3.1 Income (sources include government reports or legal documents)

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3.2 career overview
3.3 Top Employers of Actuaries
3.4 work schedule
4 Where can I find more information about this industry? (sources include internet search engines and college libraries)
4.1 scholarships
4.1.1 Actuarial Foundation

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4.1.2 Be An Actuary
4.2 Actuarial websites in the U.S(Sources include internet search engines)
4.2.1 Actuarial Foundation: www.actuarialfoundation.org
4.2.2 American Academy of Actuaries: www.actuary.org
4.2.3 Casualty Actuarial Society: www.casact.org
4.2.4 Society of Actuaries: www.soa.org
4.2.5 American Academy of Actuaries: http://www.actuary.org
4.3 Actuarial journals
4.3.1 The North American Actuarial Journal (NAAJ)
4.3.2 Journal of Actuarial Practice
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