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Average Salary For Insurance Agent at American Family Insurance Group

$24,411 - $87,516
(Median)
27K
43K
59K
87K
MEDIAN: $43,115
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Compare Employers: Insurance Agent at American Family Insurance Group

American Family Insurance Group State Farm Insurance Company
Compensation
Salary
$26,944 - $87,272
$20,049 - $74,497
Bonus
$638 - $24,331
$0.00 - $15,574
Commission
$602 - $27,446
$993 - $24,161
Total Pay
$24,411 - $87,516
$22,173 - $60,516
   
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Gender Breakdown
3 reporting
43%
4 reporting
57%
46 reporting
71%
19 reporting
29%
Years Experience Breakdown
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5-9
10-19
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1-4
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Popular Perks Flexible schedule, 401(k), Casual dress 401(k), Paid holidays & vacation, Casual dress

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