Assistant Actuarial Analyst Salary

An Assistant Actuarial Analyst earns an average salary of $70,991 per year.

$59,197 - $80,771
MEDIAN: $70,990

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$59,197 - $80,771  
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$60,880 - $84,706  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 20 Sep 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 28
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Job Description for Assistant Actuarial Analyst

Assistant actuarial analysts are responsible for aiding actuarial analysts in their work. Actuarial analysts are professionals responsible for measuring risks for companies by assessing data, and assistants typically work alongside them performing the same duties. They are usually employed by insurance companies, financial services businesses, or any other organization that uses risk assessment as a measurement for what to charge their clients.


Assistant Actuarial Analyst Tasks

  • Assist in the analysis of risk evaluation data, using appropriate models and statistical methods,. Create relevant charts and graphs.
  • Report and assist in interpreting results of acturarial data analysis.
  • Review accuracy of data and calculations.

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Years of Experience

Less than 1 year
1-4 years
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Common Health Benefits

medical benefits Medical: 85% dental benefits Dental: 74%
vision benefits Vision: 59% employee benefits None: 15%