Hey, bit of background. I've got Master's Degrees in Economics and Mathematics and I've been teaching Math at the remedial university and community college level for about 10 years.
I'm about read to get the hell out of education and actuarial science seems like the best aligned with my interests and education.
I'm currently working my way through the Exam P materials and not having much difficulty. I'm planning on taking it mid-spring and then the FM later summer/early fall.
I'm curious about the level of difficulty and study required for the remaining exams and what kind of software knowledge I'd need to get hired in the field.
Any tips on which of the various incredibly expensive recommended books are worth the cost and effort? Anything else I need to know?