Bankers Life and Casualty Company Salaries in Chicago, IL

Bankers Life and Casualty Company Average Salaries in Chicago, IL

MinMax

$50,359
$39K$64K

$55,824
$43K$72K

$47,998
$37K$62K

United States (change)

$80,757
$63K$103K

$40,681
$28K$58K

$49,718
$43K$58K

$58,003
$45K$75K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 17 Jan 2018
  • Individuals Reporting: 14
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How much does Bankers Life and Casualty Company pay in Chicago, IL?

The average Bankers Life and Casualty Company salary ranges from $27,040 to $81,500 a year. Bankers Life and Casualty Company employees with the job title Senior Marketing Analyst make the most with an average annual salary of $81,500, while employees with the title Junior Business Analyst (Unspecified Type) make the least with an average annual salary of $27,040.

About Chicago, Illinois

In Chicago, Illinois, the average salary is $62,400. Trends in wages are falling with a 0 percent decrease over last quarter as of Q2 2017. The cost of living in Chicago is 19.6 percent more expensive than the national average. The most popular occupations in Chicago are Account Manager, Operations Manager, and Software Engineer which pay between $52,797 and $78,341 per year. The most popular industries in Chicago are Financial Services, Consulting, and Education. The most popular employers in Chicago are University of Chicago, The Northern Trust Company, and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC).

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