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Old 02-05-2019, 10:59 AM
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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
This posting lists two different job grades, so it's bit confusing. The salary range is for grade 18 (3-5 years of experience). Grade 16 will have lower range but still starts 100k+.
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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
I live in a higher col area than boston
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I don't know about higher than average, but LM's reputation is that it pays pretty well, especially for an insurance company. Due to the large number of actuaries who work there, I believe they are big driver in median salaries for actuaries.
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Woah they're high.

Do P&C actuaries typically get paid in this range?

Shoot man I made a big mistake to get into Life.
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Obviously it pays above avg. I mean even without actually looking at the numbers, you have nothing to gain by publicly posting salary range for positions, if you think you are below avg or at avg. Just from that you can deduce they pay above avg
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Woah they're high.

Do P&C actuaries typically get paid in this range?

Shoot man I made a big mistake to get into Life.
liberty is known to pay high for national personal lines insurers. there are commercial lines mediumish shops that pay just as well as liberty if not more. but of the allstates, state farms, hartfords, etc liberty pays significantly higher.
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liberty is known to pay high for national personal lines insurers. there are commercial lines mediumish shops that pay just as well as liberty if not more. but of the allstates, state farms, hartfords, etc liberty pays significantly higher.
I have yet to see a commercial lines shop pay more than Liberty or close to it actually.
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Old 02-07-2019, 12:03 PM
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I have yet to see a commercial lines shop pay more than Liberty or close to it actually.
Arch and sompo?
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Old 02-07-2019, 12:39 PM
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Arch and sompo?
HAHAHA yous a fool for suggesting Arch pays as well as liberty
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