Hi all, First post here. I am a high GPA actuarial science based statistics major at a well known university for act sci. However, I have become disenchanted with the profession lately. I have heard a lot about how the amount of high level thinking required on the job is disappointing to a lot of college grads. I don't need to be solving incredibly difficult problems everyday, but I would like to be challenged from time to time. I am thinking of switching to pursuing an MS in biostatistics. The reason this is such a big decision for me is because I have scholarships that are based on my choice to pursue an actuarial career. I have already passed to actuarial professional exams and will no longer continue if I don't continue to show that I am trying to pass actuarial exams. I also like that biostatistics seems like it has a bigger impact on the world. Any opinions on making the switch and whether or not it's worth it? Will I be more challenged in biostatistics?