Actuarial exams - would they be a waste if one decides not to become an actuary?
I'm in an economics honours program (minoring in math) and I'm considering switching over to actuarial science. I'm not 100% dead set on becoming an actuary at the moment (perhaps looking more toward becoming a quant or in a different path going into consulting/investment banking instead), so I'm wondering about the actuarial exams and if they would be useful at all in the other career paths that I've listed.
I've also heard a BSc in Actuarial Science is only good for becoming an actuary and limits the likelihood of getting other jobs, so should I just stick to econ prior to grad school? Thanks so much for any advice