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Actuary!

Yeah how do you become a actuary?

math is used to show people the different ways math can be used such as fractions or decimals you name it

He's essentially an actuary in his new insurance job, he spends a lot of time crunching numbers.

He wanted to become an actuary after he finished his business course. The insurance company needed a new acturary as they were getting busier.

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Actuary!

it is usedby asking a differnt source < haha jk well you need to have a very goood career in math bye

-- actuary -- forensic accountant -- bookie -- physicist -- math teacher

Statistician, Actuary, Economist, etc. A math major can take you many places in business.

"actuary's desk" if there's only one actuary "actuaries' desk" if the desk belongs to/is used by more than one actuary

An acturist is actually called an 'actuary." An actuary is a person who make a living of studying uncertain future events. Generally, an actuary uses math, financial theories and statistics to study future events in relation to pension programs and insurance.

What is a associate actuary?

Engineering is a profitable career that mathematicians enjoy. There are many fields that rely on math, though. A high level insurance position called an actuary requires a lot of math. Many people who get into programming of computers are good at math.

Yeah how do you become a actuary?

actuary makes alot of money, but you need to take quite a few exams to really benfit from the field.

That person is called an actuary.

Being a math teacher! ========== Just about every job requires some math but some that are particularly math intensive include: Engineer Accountant Financial analyst Actuary Surveyor Physicist Chemist Software engineer System engineer ... and of course Mathematician