A lot of people go into the field for the wrong reasons, like getting paid for exams and its historically high ranking in various "best jobs" news publications. But they don't actually consider what an actuary does for a living, which centers around maintaining the solvency of the insurance industry. That's why we've gotten a lot of threads like, "can I be an actuary outside of insurance?" Because they want external validation for having the (formerly) #1 job without actually doing that job. A lot of people wind up spending years, or decades chasing titles only to find out they should have left a long time ago.
If you want to enjoy the career, you really need to enjoy insurance. Otherwise, look elsewhere.