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Benefits that serve you and your family
Our mission of having the backs of the military community we serve extends to our staff members who serve them. Our world-class Total Rewards benefits package is designed to make life easier for our team members and their families.
Our Total Rewards were developed to help you build your ideal career experience. They include the following categories:
- Financial wellness
- Health and wellness
- Time off
- Training and development
- And more
As a financial institution, we’re naturally positioned to help you make the decisions that will build your ideal future both in the long and short term.
- 401(k) retirement savings plan
- Pension plan
- Child and dependent care reimbursement
- Education assistance for degrees and certifications
- College admissions assistance
- Access to USAA products and services
- Commuter benefits
Working at any of our physical locations entitles you to a range of amenities to enhance your on-the-job experiences. Availability varies per location, so check our locations page for more information.
- Child development centers
- On-site cafeterias and restaurants
- On-site health clinic and pharmacy
- On-site fitness centers
- On-site company store
- Outdoor walking and running trails
- Recreational programs
- Relaxation and energizing zones
Visit our site to learn more about the benefits we offer.
Which benefits does USAA provide?
Current and former employees report that USAA provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Health Insurance(300 comments)
“good, and everything is ok”
- 401K Plan(251 comments)
“401K is good as well”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(141 comments)
“25 days PTOs. PTO can due by Jan 1st.”
The best is paternity leave
Awesome 401k match, it is up to 8%
Great Culture and benefits package
AMAZING Benifits, had to leave due to some personal health issues. but love the job
What people are saying about USAA
Good Morning Everyone ❤️ I have a Associates Degree of Applied Science in Medical Office Administration and will soo have my Bachelor Of Arts in Business Leadership. I have well over 7+years of experience in healthcare (Administration wise) and I am currently working with USAA as a Bank Specialist…been there so far for 2 years and 7 months. When I obtain my my Bachelor Degree…if I decide to look into other career opportunities…does anyone have some insight on the options I would have? Thank you ❤️
Consulting Exit Opportunities
Looking to exit consulting and get back into industry for a fully remote position. 15 YOE at JPMC, Citi, EY, with experience across treasury, compliance, AML/BSA, and risk. Can anyone refer for a role with USAA? Seems impossible to get an interview but I know the market is hot right now. Love USAA in terms of their benefits and culture (at least what I know of it). Consulting just isn’t it. I miss banking.
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Decent Pay with Company bonus, Good Benefits (Changing to Cigna in 2024), Good PTO plan
Benefits are not what they used to be, especially regarding 401k, annual bonus, and education benefits program. Seems as though CEO has slowly eroded what was once the best benefits package around down to an average benefits package.
I love that they’ll pay for furthering our education! I was able to get my master’s degree through them
insurance is best, no process
401k match, childcare reimbursement you can buy max 15 pto days
I would give them zero stars if I could. The medical insurance is horrible. I’ve had to pay $5000 out of pocket for just me. I’ve always carried insurance for my kids but had to ask their dad to take over because our medical insurance is so horrible. I don’t know why the out of pocket is so high. I’ve never had insurance this bad in my adult life. Disappointing from a company who’s suppose to be all about veterans and who hires veterans. I had better medical insurance working at some small daycare center back in 1998. The bereavement is very limited on which family members you can take it for. Grandparents, parents, spouse and kids. If anyone else in your family passes away you can’t use it. But they’re suppose to be about family. Last company I worked for let you use bereavement if your dog passed away. The rest of the benefits are pretty standard for a copy this size. Nothing special to set themselves apart for any other company. I mean, they do give you a bonus but you’ll need that to cover your out of pocket medical expense. We get 7 paid holidays a year. They’re a company who serves the military community and is big on hiring veterans but we don’t even get Veterans Day off. It’s sad because this company has so much potential but it’s failing miserably.