American Family Insurance Group Salaries in Minneapolis, MN

American Family Insurance Group Average Salaries in Minneapolis, MN

MinMax

Claims Adjuster
2 profiles
$49,940
$39K$61K

$53,503
$40K$71K

$64,041
$51K$79K

United States (change)

$66,821
$50K$90K

$80,506
$62K$105K

$76,100
$52K$111K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 3 Jan 2018
  • Individuals Reporting: 7
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How much does American Family Insurance Group pay in Minneapolis, MN?

The average American Family Insurance Group salary ranges from $51,720 to $83,000 a year. American Family Insurance Group employees with the job title Quality Assurance Auditor make the most with an average annual salary of $83,000, while employees with the title Claims Adjuster make the least with an average annual salary of $51,720.

About Minneapolis, Minnesota

Employees in Minneapolis, Minnesota make an average salary of $61,529. As of Q2 2017, the trend in wages is going down with a 0 percent decrease over last quarter. The cost of living in Minneapolis is 5.4 percent more expensive than the national average. Popular jobs in Minneapolis include Account Manager, Operations Manager, and Software Engineer which pay between $56,526 and $73,985 per year. Some popular Minneapolis industries include Manufacturing, Medical Device Manufacturing, and Financial Services. In Minneapolis, some popular employers include Target Corporation, Medtronic, Inc., and University of Minnesota.

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