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Farmers Insurance Group Actuarial Senior Analyst Salaries

6 SalariesUpdated Oct 13, 2019
Avg Base Pay
$93,518
$85K$115K
Avg Total Pay
$102K
Avg Additional Pay
$11,861
$10K$13K
Additional Pay
Average
Low
High
Range
Cash Bonus (2)
$10,680
$10K - $12K
Profit Sharing (1)
$12,994
$13K - $13K
Stock Bonus, Commission Sharing, Tips have not been reported for this role
The typical Farmers Insurance Group Actuarial Senior Analyst salary is $93,518. Actuarial Senior Analyst salaries at Farmers Insurance Group can range from $85,180 - $114,601. This estimate is based upon 6 Farmers Insurance Group Actuarial Senior Analyst salary report(s) provided by employees or estimated based upon statistical methods. When factoring in bonuses and additional compensation, a Actuarial Senior Analyst at Farmers Insurance Group can expect to make an average total pay of $102,050 . See all Actuarial Senior Analyst salaries to learn how this stacks up in the market.

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