By Blythe Camenson
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Customer Relations Conduct contacts and discussions both inside and outside the IRS in a professional manner. Use of Time Try to consistently complete tasks so that the total time spent is relatively low, and the time span of activities is relatively short, considering the nature and complexity of the work. Page 22 Some Perks of the Job The IRS allows its field employees (field employees are revenue agents, collections officers, CID agents, and anyone whose job requires that they go out of their offices in order to perform their duties) to work out of their home, if the employee so chooses.
I spend much of my time analyzing historical data and gathering information about current and expected future trends that will impact an insurer. Frequently, I have to use computer applications to assist me in my analysis. I often have to make presentations to management and other actuaries, and, occasionally, I have to answer questions from other insurance companies, regulators, and auditors. "The workload of an actuary varies by company. I normally work forty-hour weeks, but there are certain weeks every quarter that get hectic and require overtime.
Salaries and earnings vary greatly in each chosen profession. · How much independence do you require? Do you want to be your own boss or will you be content as a salaried employee? · Can you pay attention to detail, handle paperwork, legal documents, technical specifications, and reports? Knowing your expectations and then comparing them to the realities of the work will help you make informed choices. Training The training required for the various careers covered in this book vary greatly. Some positions are entry level, requiring no more than a high school education.