Hello all I am somewhat confused between which one is better to pursue and how you get there.
What I get from this is that I will prolly have to go to a 2 year analyst program and quit and move to some F30 company ( Cardinal Health )
Do a specialized program in college and then work at a F120 ( Nationwide) BTW nationwide's and cardinal's HQ's are both located where I live.
Also comparing them who makes the most money in lets say 5 years and what are the levels like I hear 26 year old actuaries making 250k and 5 year corp dev guys making 300K is this true? Also what is the step by step salary in each profession?
Lifestyle wise which is better?
Thanks guys I know this might be off topic and everything but I appreciate all the help I can get