Being able to do little yet reap a lot is every individual’s ideal work formula. Though not always possible there are some interesting ways this can be achieved to some level of satisfaction for all. Productivity is generally measured by the resulting outcome produced and if this outcome is acceptable then the productivity percentage is deemed acceptable too, therefore understanding the elements that are required are where the answer lies.read more
We are all different! You know you do not have to be a rocket scientist to know this. However, when it comes to determining your actuarial personality, what kind of actuary are you? What kind of actuary do you want to be?read more
As a student, choosing the right university for your actuarial science degree can be quite challenging. More and more universities around the world are offering actuarial science programs these days. We now have so many universities to choose from that we don’t even know how to select the right one that best suits our needs. Fortunately for actuarial students, there are several guidelines for you to follow when it comes to choosing the right university for you.read more
Many students lack the ability to write a good and attractive resume in their job applications. They fail to realize that the resume is their selling tool to their future employer. Most employers do not spend a lot of time looking at a resume. In fact, most employers only spend a few seconds per resume. This means that you have a very short amount of time in which to make your case and assure an employer that you are the right person for the job.read more
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