I have come to the conclusion that the computer and internet have between them made certain jobs almost redundant. I remember the days when insurers did real actuarial analysis by actuaries that knew how to do the math and apply the data. Now

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omputer calculates faster and more accurately than people ever could and the internet can be used to find almost any statistical data you need.

As a bit of fun … here is a life expectancy calculator that proves how much easier it is now than it ever used to be.

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I have come to the conclusion that the computer and internet have between them made certain jobs almost redundant. I remember the days when insurers did real actuarial analysis by actuaries that knew how to do the math and apply the data. Now a computer calculates faster and more accurately than people ever could and the internet can be used to find almost any statistical data you need.

As a bit of fun … here is a life expectancy calculator that proves how much easier it is now than it ever used to be.

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