I searched Mathematics and computer science jobs. I chose these as I believed that there would be a ridiculous amount of jobs I had never heard over stemming from this search. I found Actuarial Analyst, which is the career I have chosen for this task. An Actuarial analyst is some who works for insurance companies and analysis data using statistics to calculate the probability of costs related to certain events. This job interest me because I have always wondered how insurance companies calculate the risk of the events and how much to charge customers so that they still make a profit themselves. I wonder how complex the programs are that they use to calculate these costs? What kind of computing skills would be needed to figure out the costs? What types of programs they use to help them calculate?