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Average Salary For Claims Adjuster / Examiner / Investigator at Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MetLife)

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Updated: 16 Aug 2014
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Claims Adjuster / Examiner / Investigator at Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MetLife) Average Salary (?
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$38,769 - $85,450
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MEDIAN: $54,796
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Compare Employers: Claims Adjuster / Examiner / Investigator at Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MetLife)

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MetLife) Usaa Insurance
Compensation
Salary
$37,930 - $79,754
$39,097 - $75,698
Bonus
$645 - $8,230
$1,392 - $14,588
Total Pay
$38,769 - $85,450
$37,752 - $81,786
   
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Gender Breakdown
3 reporting
100%
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2 reporting
50%
2 reporting
50%
Years Experience Breakdown
10-19
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Popular Perks 401(k) 401(k)

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