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How to Pronounce actuary?

Correct pronunciation for the word "actuary" is [ˈakt͡ʃuːəɹi], [ˈakt‍ʃuːəɹi], [ˈa_k_tʃ_uː_ə_ɹ_i].

"Actuary" in context

Actuaries are professionals who primarily use mathematics, probability theory and statistics to back financial decisions. They advise companies on the best approaches to deal with financial risks, and involve analyzing and managing the economic impact of future events, such as natural disasters, deaths, or economic downturns. Actuaries help measure, manage, and minimize the cost of risks for businesses, governments, and institutions.

Actuaries need to be analytical and able to interpret large and complex sets of data. Their education includes a combination of economics, finance and statistics, and a vast majority of them are certified and highly-trained.

What are similar-sounding words for actuary?

Usage over time for actuary:

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