It seems pretty optimistic from the results I've found in this forum by searching and from what my school's actuarial adviser has told me.. I'm in a pretty normal situation BS in Math (3.8) and, probably, 1 exam at my graduation in August.
My question is, how can entry-level employment prospects (with only one exam) be any good at all? I'm looking at the number of exams (P/1) passed during each offering on SOA.org which appears to regularly be in the 1000-2000 range.. I can't imagine there are nearly enough jobs available for all of those persons with passing grades (Edit: and that are immediately interested in employment) to find openings... Are my prospects of finding a job as great as I've been led to believe?