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The role of an actuarial analyst is to use statistical models and formulas to assess risk. For example, those who work in insurance may be responsible for calculating average life expectancies of various demographics to regulate the costs of policy premiums.
Actuarial analysts can specialise in the following areas:
- Savings and investments
- Software development
- Employee benefits
- General insurance
- Life assurance