Hymans Robertson LLP

Career Prospects

7.4 / 10

(based on 14 ratings in 2017)

2017

"There are good prospects making it easier to move up following qualification."
Entry level, Edinburgh
"You get lots of chances to further your career with actuarial exam passes and gaining experience throughout. A lot of hard work and initiative is needed to set you apart."
Graduate, Glasgow
"There are always opportunities to get involved in internal roles. I haven't had much opportunity as a graduate to 'move up the ranks' yet, but I know that there will be lots of opportunities available in the future. Catch ups with my people manager focus on where my career is heading so, even though moving up isn't one of my priorities at the moment, I know that it is being thought about in advance by both myself and my seniors."
Graduate, Brimingham
"There's the possibility to become a people manager later on down the line and then a team leader. Hymans has quite a flat hierarchy, which is good when you are new to the company. It's not intimidating to speak to 'higher ranking' colleagues."
Graduate, Glasgow
"There is a fairly flat structure while you are studying for your actuarial exams. Once you qualify, you can then work towards becoming a scheme actuary. There are also opportunities to get involved with the management side of things."
Graduate, London
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