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October 16, 1990 - Image 8

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Page 8-The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, October 16, 1990
Eleven thousand of the
most brilliant people
in America work in a
profession that few of us
even know exists. No
matter how smart we are.
Yet actuaries are the
brains behind crucial
corporate decisions.
Billion dollar deals.
And long-term business
strategies that have an
impact on the health
and wealth of millions.
Few careers combine
more challenge and
diversity with greater
financial reward. You
can learn like a Ph.D
while you earn like an
MBA - and have a lot
more fun along the way.
All majors welcome. Just
bring your exceptional
mental skills, math
skills, people skills and
driving will to achieve.
We'll show you how to
turn a great brain into

a brilliant career.
Send an introductory
letter, a resume and a
copy of your transcript
to: Aetna Actuaries,
Corporate Actuarial,
Aetna, RE2B,
151 Farmington Avenue,
Hartford, CT 06156.
Come talk to us.

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