I'm a health actuary currently in the U.S. My company recently has offered me to relocate back to HK for a non-actuarial position but also in the healthcare field, because they need someone with U.S. healthcare experience. I'm debating if I should put the exams on hold for a few years and strengthen my consulting skill first by taking the position in HK. My bosses in the U.S. assure me if I stay here for another year or two, I'll have great opportunities. Business leader in Asia said they'll fast track me by assigning me to jumbo clients. Just wanted to get an idea of the salary range of an actuary (ASA with 2.5 years experience) in Hong Kong. I should be hearing about my offer package this coming week (so far only know that it will NOT be an expat package). I wanted to make sure if I do take the job, I'm not not too far off from the salary that I should be making as an actuary.
Any comments (even non-actuarial specific) are very much appreciated!! Thanks!