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What should I put on my resume for actuary?
As an actuary, it is important to highlight your education, including any relevant degrees and certifications. You should also include any relevant work experience, such as internships or previous positions in the actuarial field. Additionally, it's important to showcase your technical skills such as statistical analysis, data modeling, and knowledge of actuarial software.
How to put actuarial exams on resume?
To put actuarial exams on a resume, you should list the exams passed and the corresponding designations, such as "Associate of the Society of Actuaries (ASA)" or "Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (FSA)". It's good practice to include the dates of when you passed the exams, and if possible, the number of exams passed. If you're still a student, you can mention the progress of the exams, for example, "Passed 3 out of 9 actuarial exams"
Does actuarial resume need to include gpa?
Whether or not to include your GPA on your actuarial resume depends on the context of your job application. If you are a recent graduate or have a relatively low level of work experience, it may be beneficial to include your GPA to demonstrate your academic achievements. However, if you have several years of relevant work experience, your GPA may be less important and can be left off the resume. It's also important to note that if you're applying for an entry-level position, GPA can be a useful factor for recruiters to evaluate, but if you're applying for a more experienced role, your professional experience will be more important than your GPA.

Charles Bloomberg

• New York City, New York • charlesbloomberg@gmail.com • in/cbloomberg




Master of Science in Biology - Data Science focus | New York University | 2020


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