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Associate Actuary Salary
in Arizona, United States

$112,619 (USD)

Average Salary

$54/hr

Average Hourly

$4,392

Average Bonus

Salary Recap

The average pay for an Associate Actuary is $112,619 a year and $54 an hour in Arizona, United States. The average salary range for an Associate Actuary is between $78,366 and $140,005. On average, a Bachelor's Degree is the highest level of education for an Associate Actuary. This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Arizona, United States.

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Job Summary

Description:
  • Determines the financial impact of risks and uncertainty, engaging in actuarial sciences.
  • Utilizes statistics and principles of finance and business and applies to problems in life, health, social, and casualty insurance, annuities, and pensions.
  • Forecasts financial outcomes using pricing, analysis, and risk assessment.
  • The Associate level performs more complex actuarial studies and has demonstrated greater professional competence by completion of additional examinations.
  • The Associate level performs more complex actuarial studies and has demonstrated greater professional competence by completion of additional examinations.
  • The Associate level generally requires five to seven years of previous experience at the Enrolled actuary level and completion of a series of examinations required for the professional designation of an Associate.

Salary Potential

Estimated salary in 2024:
$130,557
5 Year Change:
16 %

Education

Skills

Associate Actuary Job Listings for Arizona, United States

Quantitative Risk Analyst Senior (P&C Insurance Model Validation)
Jan 18
Phoenix, United States
USAA
Working towards or having passed various Actuarial exams, either towards the Associate or Fellow designation * Masters or PhD degree in Economics with an econometric emphasis or in Statistics
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