You have the forecasting ability of Lindsay Lohan's manager. You lose your job after poorly advising your employer over a number of years.
You are the actuary for a small insurance company in Idaho. You do a good job and make a decent living, but you have clearly eaten too many potatoes in the down time between projects.
You are employed by a good-sized life insurance company, dealing mainly with annuities. Your "I'm a-new-at-this" joke is getting old.
You have been the sole actuary at one of the largest property and casualty firms in New York for a couple of decades. You make well over 100k, as illustrated by your bumper sticker that reads: "I make well over 100k."