Actuary with Financial Analysis Skills Salary
Average Actuaries with Financial Analysis skills make around $90K per year. Total cash compensation to Actuaries with Financial Analysis skills bottoms out near $52K and approaches $162K on the high end; the biggest paychecks include approximately $28K from bonuses and almost $26K from profit sharing. Geographic location and tenure each impact pay for this group, with the former having the largest influence. Most workers in this position report high levels of job satisfaction. Men make up the vast majority of Actuaries with Financial Analysis skills (80 percent) who took the survey. Almost all enjoy medical while a fair number get dental coverage. Vision coverage is also available to the greater part. This report is based on answers to PayScale's salary questionnaire.
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Pay by Experience Level for Actuary
Median of all compensation (including tips, bonus, and overtime) by years of experience.
Although inexperienced employees take home approximately $71K, those who have five to 10 years under their belts benefit from a six-figure median of $114K. Actuaries with Financial Analysis skills bring in $134K after working for 10 to 20 years. People who have worked for 20 years or more actually report earning less than people who are in the middle of their careers; the veterans take home a mere $133K by contrast.
Pay Difference by Location
Washington is home to an above-average pay rate for Actuaries with Financial Analysis skills, 64 percent higher than the national average. Actuaries with Financial Analysis skills will also find cushy salaries in Des Moines (+30 percent), San Francisco (+21 percent), Philadelphia (+19 percent), and New York (+13 percent). Place of residence plays a huge part in an Actuary's salary, with Hartford Actuaries with Financial Analysis skills earning salaries that are 27 percent less than the national average. Employers in Dallas and Boston also lean toward paying below-median salaries (17 percent lower and 4 percent lower, respectively).