If you are thinking of an actuarial career, then you should be thinking of MetLife. With about 250 Fellows of the Society of Actuaries, MetLife is one of the largest employers of actuaries in the U.S. Many of the Company's top-level officers trace their roots to our Actuarial Development Program. MetLife's Actuarial Development Program will train you for executive-level assignments and assist you in preparing for the actuarial exams.
The Actuarial Development Program offers:
- Competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits packages
- Reimbursements for exam fees, preparatory classes and study materials
- Generous study time
- Rotational job assignments
To qualify for this opportunity, graduates must have successfully completed a college-level major in actuarial science, mathematics, or a related field, and have a GPA of 3.3 or higher, excellent communication and computer skills, and a commitment to attaining fellowship in the Society of Actuaries or the Casualty Actuarial Society.
If you are looking for a full time position, click on one of the following two links to apply online.
- For entry level positions (and you have credit for at least actuarial exam P), click here.
- For more advanced positions (and you have obtained your ASA designation), click here.
We are no longer accepting applications for the 2014 summer internships. A link to apply online for next year's internships will be posted on this web page on or about October 1, 2014.
Please have your resume and college transcript (if applicable) ready to upload. For additional instructions, please click here.
MetLife is proud to be an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We are committed to attracting, retaining and maximizing the performance of a diverse and inclusive workforce. It is the policy of MetLife to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, veteran status, genetic information or any other basis protected by law.