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This is answered all over the place in many different ways so my apologies but I see a lot of people talking about their great work/life balance at their job and their steady 35-40 hour weeks, not working excessive overtime. I'm not in consulting and I find it hard sometimes to find this routine that I am reading so much about. To those that have it, what do you do? Are you in life? Health? Something else? I do love my company for the people so I am not necessarily looking for a job hopping opportunity but I don't have many actuaries to talk to outside of work (I have none)
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I worked at a small life insurer and regularly worked 37.5 hour work weeks. It was very weird to ever see anyone in the office after 5. Moved to a global insurer and worked WAY too many hours under less than ideal conditions (lack of management support, lots of stress, deliverables and being understaffed) for 5-6 years. Changed to a new role because life is too short to deal with shitty conditions and being overworked.
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I work for the government. Solid 35-40 hours and the work is really interesting. The contractors are consulting actuaries breaking their back to do the super technical and boring part of my work lol. I do the high impact decision-making part.
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