Mid-Career Insurance Claims Adjuster Salary
An average Mid-Career Insurance Claims Adjuster can expect to take home roughly $53K annually. In the world of Mid-Career Insurance Claims Adjusters, total cash compensation can vary between $37K and $75K. Each package generally includes bonuses and profit sharing proceeds, and in exceptional cases, those amounts can reach heights of $8K and $6K, respectively. Geographic location is the biggest factor affecting pay for this group, followed by the specific employer. Women make up a slight majority of Mid-Career Insurance Claims Adjusters (52 percent) survey respondents. For the most part, Mid-Career Insurance Claims Adjusters enjoy their work and report high levels of job satisfaction. Most enjoy medical while a large number get dental coverage. Vision coverage is also available to a strong majority. The data for this synopsis comes from respondents who took the PayScale salary survey.
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Popular Employer Salaries for Insurance Claims Adjuster
Mid-Career Insurance Claims Adjusters fill the offices of leading firms Farmers Insurance Group, The Travelers Companies, Inc., Geico, Progressive Casualty Insurance Company, and Allstate. The Travelers Companies, Inc. pays the most with a median salary of $65K, though with a large amount of variation, going from a low of $37K to a high of $96K.
Farmers Insurance Group seems to offer the smallest paychecks with a median salary of only $50K. The pay range is quite narrow, too; compensation generally sits between $39K and $73K.
Pay Difference by Location
Dallas is home to an above-average pay rate for Mid-Career Insurance Claims Adjusters, 17 percent higher than the national average. Mid-Career Insurance Claims Adjusters can also look forward to large paychecks in cities like Seattle (+14 percent), Minneapolis (+13 percent), Columbus (+8 percent), and Atlanta (+5 percent). In Oklahoma City, salaries are 16 percent below the national average and represent the lowest-paying market. Workers in St. Louis and Phoenix earn salaries that trail the national average for those in this profession (15 percent less and 8 percent less, respectively).