Actuaries

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What do Actuaries do?

Actuaries apply mathematics, statistics, probability and risk theory to assess potential financial impacts of future events.

How to become: Actuaries


  • Actuaries usually require post-secondary education in actuarial science, mathematics, statistics, economics, commerce or business administration.
  • Actuaries are conferred fellowships through the Canadian Institute of Actuaries upon successful completion of professional examinations and Three years of work experience in the actuarial field as an actuarial assistant or in a related position.

Where to study for a career as: Actuaries

University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Actuarial Science Bachelor; Honours
Actuarial Science Bachelor; Co-op; Honours
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Carleton University
Ottawa, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Actuarial Science Bachelor; Honours
Actuarial Science Bachelor; Co-op; Honours
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Concordia University
Montreal, Qu├ębec, CA

Related Program(s):
Actuarial Mathematics/Finance (BA, BSc) Bachelor
Actuarial Mathematics (BA, BSc) Bachelor; Co-op; Honours
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Western University
London, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Actuarial Science Bachelor; Honours
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University of York
York, England, GB

Related Program(s):
Actuarial Science Bachelor; Honours
Actuarial Science (with a year in industry) Bachelor; Co-op; Honours
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Modified on April 06, 2022

How much do Actuaries make?

Low:
$57,595
Average:
$93,870
High:
$140,566

Job openings for Actuaries

Job Seekers:
4,300
Job Openings:
4,000