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Old 05-01-2013, 04:54 PM
 
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an entry-level actuary in NYC makes on average 74k in 2013
Actuarial Analyst Entry Level Salary in New York, NY | Indeed.com
Even by your own scale, salaries have been dropping massively. But even you assumed what I had or didn't have upon becoming an Actuary. Whether I had a BS, MS and had all my certs before graduation or not. I know what I made (including bonuses and benefits) then, And I know what I make now with one of my offices in Dubai. Since then I've moved onto greener pastures that nets more than your household grosses. Your generation and the one following you have caused the medians to drop by keeping on accepting lower and lower payrates. You did nothing to compete with and block outsourcing, insourcing and H1Bs. Yet if we look at the public sector, it has consistently grown over the past 25 years. Where else can you make nearly $70k driving a bus or picking up trash?
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Old 05-01-2013, 05:53 PM
 
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I guess then you know nothing of the history of the 2008 crash.
One of the primary causes of the crash was the collusion of incompetent accounting firms simply signing off on nonsense presented to them by crooked corporations.

So I repeat:
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Old 05-01-2013, 10:43 PM
 
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Even by your own scale, salaries have been dropping massively. But even you assumed what I had or didn't have upon becoming an Actuary. Whether I had a BS, MS and had all my certs before graduation or not. I know what I made (including bonuses and benefits) then, And I know what I make now with one of my offices in Dubai. Since then I've moved onto greener pastures that nets more than your household grosses. Your generation and the one following you have caused the medians to drop by keeping on accepting lower and lower payrates. You did nothing to compete with and block outsourcing, insourcing and H1Bs. Yet if we look at the public sector, it has consistently grown over the past 25 years. Where else can you make nearly $70k driving a bus or picking up trash?
What could anyone in this thread have done to prevent outsource/insourcing/h1bs/globalization etc???
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Old 05-02-2013, 07:59 AM
 
Location: new yawk zoo
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you went to stern and write "I could of sworn"....
2 reasons.

#1. I am lazy & careless when it comes to writing online twds message boards. Partially, it is due to being sidetrack at work (the paid one)

#2. Writing was never my strong suit. Its embarassing but it is true...which is one reason why I didn't go to law school. I assure you that my numbers prowess help me excel at stern and my career.

Banjanyankee: interesting you noted that. I always assumed attorneys were good writers. Most attorneys def. have a way with words in my experience.
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