Entry-Level Insurance Claims Adjuster Salary
Entry-Level Insurance Claims Adjusters take home approximately $44K per year on average. In the world of Entry-Level Insurance Claims Adjusters, overall cash allowance can occasionally include more than $6K from bonuses and, in some exceptional cases, $5K from profit sharing, causing incomes to vary widely between $33K and $59K. The particular firm and the particular city 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 a slight majority of Entry-Level Insurance Claims Adjusters (54 percent) who responded to the survey. A large number enjoy medical while a fair number get dental coverage. Vision coverage is also available to the greater part. Participants in PayScale's salary questionnaire provided the particulars of this report.
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Popular Employer Salaries for Insurance Claims Adjuster
Dominating the field, Allstate, Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, Geico, Progressive Casualty Insurance Company, and State Farm Insurance Company are top firms with a reputation for hiring a great number of Entry-Level Insurance Claims Adjusters. The Travelers Companies, Inc. attracts talent by shelling out the biggest paychecks in the area — the median in that office is $55K. Also paying near the top of the field are Progressive Casualty Insurance Company at $50K, Liberty Mutual Insurance Group at $49K, and Allstate Insurance Company, where Entry-Level Insurance Claims Adjusters annually earn $47K.
Other low-paying employers include Esurance, Inc. at $39K and State Farm Insurance Company at $42K, though some Entry-Level Insurance Claims Adjusters there earn up to $60K.
Pay Difference by Location
For Entry-Level Insurance Claims Adjusters, working in the bustling city of Chicago has its advantages, including an above-average pay rate. Entry-Level Insurance Claims Adjusters will also find cushy salaries in Indianapolis (+11 percent), Raleigh (+9 percent), Los Angeles (+9 percent), and Atlanta (+8 percent). Des Moines ranks last in the field for pay, reporting salaries 12 percent below the national average. Employers in Tampa and Orlando also lean toward paying below-median salaries (11 percent less).