Actuaries work mostly in risk management fields. A career as an actuary is very stable and has little stress.
The work involves assessing risk in the insurance and finance industries through mathematical and statistical methods is known as Actuarial Sciences. An actuary is someone who has the knowledge, education and experience in the field. The use of mathematics, rules and statistical values for the valuation of large sets of individuals and probabilities is the daily work. Actuarial work isn’t easy, but it isn’t difficult once you have the training.
In order to become an actuary you need to go through a series of exams for such degree. Then it often takes about three years to become an associate or assistant manager, five years to develop into an actuarial manager, and maybe eight years of experience to become a senior actuarial manager.
If you’re like most Americans, you probably grew up watching cartoons on television. And you may have thought about how much fun it would be to draw cartoons for a living. Well, yes, people do make a living drawing cartoons. Well, maybe they don’t actually “draw”, but they produce these animations.
Animation schools train young artists to produce animation with a mixture of computer programs and creativity. There are even animation schools that offer training online – you won’t have to leave home just to learn how to draw and add motion to your creations.
If cooking is more your thing — perhaps you would like to become a professional chef and cook for a living.
Good restaurants are always needing good cooks. Some chefs move around a lot, from restaurant to restaurant, as new establishments open and others close. You will need some professional chef training, but you probably won’t have to put in four years to do it. Most culinary schools graduate their students pretty fast.