Mid-Career Claims Adjuster Salary
The average Mid-Career Claims Adjuster earns approximately $51K annually. Including potential for bonuses and profit sharing — peaking near $7K and $6K, respectively — total cash payment to Mid-Career Claims Adjusters can bottom out near $40K or peak near $67K depending on individual performance. The company is the biggest factor affecting pay for this group, followed by geography. Men working as Mid-Career Claims Adjusters who took the survey just slightly outnumber women at 51 percent. Nearly all report receiving medical coverage from their employers and most collect dental insurance. Among folks in this role, job satisfaction levels approximately match the national average. Figures cited in this summary are based on replies to PayScale's salary questionnaire.
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Popular Employer Salaries for Claims Adjuster
Known for taking on a considerable number of Mid-Career Claims Adjusters, Progressive Casualty Insurance Company, State Farm Insurance Company, Allstate, Farmers Insurance Group, and Liberty Mutual Insurance Group are leading firms in the industry. Mid-Career Claims Adjusters in search of the best pay head to Farmers Insurance Group, where the median salary rolls in at $62K. Although pay is top-notch overall, it does seem to be curbed at $69K, which isn't dramatically higher than the lower-end figure of $50K. State Farm Insurance Company, Progressive Casualty Insurance Company, and Liberty Mutual Insurance Group are a few other companies that offer generous salaries, with Mid-Career Claims Adjusters earning around $58K, $57K, or $55K at each firm, respectively.
Geico, Allstate, and Liberty Mutual Insurance Group are a few other employers known for handing out relatively lightweight salaries ($50K, $53K, and $55K respectively).
Pay Difference by Location
Mid-Career Claims Adjusters will find that Chicago offers an impressive pay rate, one which exceeds the national average by 6 percent. Mid-Career Claims Adjusters will also find cushy salaries in Phoenix (+3 percent) and Seattle (+2 percent). With compensation 12 percent below the national average, Orlando is not known for hefty paychecks and actually represents the lowest-paying market. Not at the bottom but still paying below the median are employers in Tampa and Houston (7 percent lower and 6 percent lower, respectively).