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Opplegran 01-28-2019 01:06 AM

Does Liberty Mutual pay higher than average?
 
Liberty Mutual posts salary ranges in all their job listings.
https://www.jobs.libertymutualgroup....ctuarial/685/1

They always seem kind of high to me, though usually still within DWS ranges.

I am wondering if these are normal salaries by job level or universally agreed to be on the high side compared to other companies (including other companies in the Northeast).

SouthMtn 01-28-2019 08:32 AM

The actuarial salaries seem reasonable to me, neither high or low. Data science salaries are definitely low. Boston and Seattle are not cheap.

Opplegran 01-28-2019 08:51 AM

If I remember right their just-got-ACAS couple years experience was something like 140k. And like $115k+ for 2-4 years experience pre-ACAS but 5 or 6 exams.

Not totally unreasonable but it seems on the high side to me, especially for everyone and not just really top performers.

I wonder if their bonuses are on the lower side. The above figures seem more reasonable for total comp.

Of course I could be more underpaid than I think I am.

It's totally fair given COL but I have lived in high COL areas and not seen it impact pay proportionally.

Canadiens Fan 01-28-2019 09:25 AM

Do they have Life jobs?

Colonel Smoothie 01-28-2019 11:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Canadiens Fan (Post 9527977)
Do they have Life jobs?

something something rhymes with brincoln brinancial something

Opplegran 02-03-2019 09:56 AM

This one for example. Minimum 2 years experience and 5 exams (not ACAS). The low end of the range is 132k. I don't make that in base salary and I am close to FCAS.

https://www.jobs.libertymutualgroup....g/685/10740625

jominican 02-03-2019 02:12 PM

I would say they pay higher than average. Where do most of their actuaries work?

Colonel Smoothie 02-03-2019 02:29 PM

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Originally Posted by jominican (Post 9533673)
Where do most of their actuaries work?

bs

itGetsBetter 02-04-2019 08:30 PM

This cost of living calculator could help you compare your salary to one of those similar positions. I am surprised at how high the cost of living is in Boston. https://www.bankrate.com/calculators...alculator.aspx

Whiskey 02-04-2019 08:50 PM

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Originally Posted by itGetsBetter (Post 9535315)
This cost of living calculator could help you compare your salary to one of those similar positions. I am surprised at how high the cost of living is in Boston. https://www.bankrate.com/calculators...alculator.aspx

Seattle is less than 3% lower according to this tool.

Both a lot more than Chicago.


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