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currency_icon_black £33,000
Actuaries are highly regarded professionals; actuaries are problem solvers and strategic thinkers with a deep understanding of financial systems
currency_icon_blackAverage £29,000 as a graduate
currency_icon_black Average £29,000 as a graduate
There are a wide range of actuarial careers available.
date_icon_black31 Oct 2018
date_icon_black31 Oct 2018
currency_icon_black Competitive
If you want a GREAT start, in making your career count, do you have an interest in how public money is spent in Wales and a passion to make a differen
How does our business thrive? For us, it’s the challengers, the pioneers, the thinkers like you that make us. Your first career move really matters, so take it with us. Deloitte’s scheme for talented graduates will mean you'll be off to an amazing start. This is where you can make an impact and you’ll lead the way as far as you want to go."
We are one of the largest general insurers in the United Kingdom. We are global, but currently employ over 4,600 people across a network of 26 offices with our head office situated in Guildford, Surrey. We offer exciting graduate schemes across all areas of the Allianz business."
Barclays is a transatlantic consumer, corporate and investment bank with a strong presence in the UK and the US. With approximately 120,000 people working at Barclays across 40 countries, we're committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment. Explore a few of the ways we help you get as much out as you put in."
KPMG is an award-winning employer specialising in Audit, Tax and Consulting services. As a KPMG graduate, you’ll be joining a cohort of future leader and be encouraged to grow your creative, analytical and business skills through our support and benefits."
First Derivatives is a leading provider of products and consulting services to some of the world’s largest finance, technology and energy institutions. We are one of the UK & Ireland’s Best Places to Work, and offer a lucrative graduate package. "
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) is the UK's only chartered professional body dedicated to educating, developing and regulating actuaries based both in the UK and internationally.
Buchanan Search was founded in 2013 by James Baker, who brought over 10 years of recruitment and executive search experience to the firm.
RedTusk was established with the overriding objective to deliver high performing sales personnel to some of world’s most exciting businesses.   We recruit across the North of England, London, and the Southwest and we have also on occasio…
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How much can I earn as an Actuarial?
According to an XpertHR Salary survey of actuaries and actuarial students for the IFoA the average basic salaries for a recent graduate is £32,825.
Students specifically training to work in the actuarial field can expect to earn £35,936. Other average salaries fall between £51,594 and £206,236 depending on your level and experience.
What qualifications do I need to be an Actuarial?
After a Bachelors Degree Most graduates joining the IFoA have a first or second class honours degree, and must also have a minimum grade B in A-level mathematics and a grade C in another subject.
Employers also look for similar criteria.
Although not essential a postgraduate degree, diploma or MSc in actuarial science may help you achieved the IFoA qualification in a shorter time.
The Certificate in Financial Mathematics (CT1) is offered by the IFoA to non-members such as university students and people working in financial services. It provides a useful starting point for those considering a career as an actuary. The exam also goes towards completing the professional qualification.
What skills do I need to be An Actuarial?
To work in the actuarial field you will need to have:
strong numeracy skills
communication skills
analytical and research skills
IT skills
ability to work alone
What experience do I need to get a job in Actuarial?
Formal work experience is not essential to work in the actuarial profession but gaining some on-the-job experience can be invaluable to career progression. Some companies offer placements to students who are interested in becoming actuaries.
Employers are always impressed by candidates having taken work placements and internships in the field, so this is worth considering.

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