Actuary Salary in United States

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What is the average salary for an Actuary?

The average salary of an Actuary in United States is $107,740. Salaries start from $57,430 and go up to $176,190. Please note that the average salary for an Actuary may vary depending on several factors, like level of education, amount of experience, industry, company size and location. Our source, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, produces some of the United States most sensitive and important economic information, which is based on their strongest commitment to accuracy, quality and integrity.

$0 $176,190
Starting ($57.4k)
Junior ($71.0k)
Experienced ($94.3k)
Senior ($132.5k)
Highest ($176.2k)
Highest

The top 10% of Actuarys in United States earn:

$176,190
Senior

The top 25% of Actuarys in United States earn:

$132,490
Experienced

The middle 50% of Actuarys in United States earn:

$94,340
Junior

The bottom 25% of Actuarys in United States earn:

$71,000
Starting

The bottom 10% of Actuarys in United States earn:

$57,430

Historical salary

Actuary salary by state

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State Salary Rank
Kansas 136,070 1
New York 133,990 2
Colorado 126,790 3
Vermont 121,510 4
Idaho 117,990 5
Massachusetts 117,040 6
Texas 114,720 7
North Dakota 113,380 8
District of Columbia 113,270 9
Connecticut 112,030 10
Maine 109,680 11
United States 107,740 12
New Hampshire 107,620 13
New Mexico 106,610 14
Wisconsin 106,080 15
Pennsylvania 105,990 16
New Jersey 105,600 17
California 105,070 18
Virginia 104,600 19
Illinois 102,450 20
Maryland 101,810 21
Missouri 101,720 22
Arizona 99,490 23
Delaware 98,770 24
Minnesota 97,840 25
Ohio 97,540 26
Florida 97,340 27
Georgia 97,030 28
North Carolina 96,890 29
Kentucky 95,440 30
Hawaii 94,640 31
Washington 94,450 32
Iowa 93,600 33
South Carolina 92,840 34
Indiana 91,690 35
Tennessee 90,990 36
Nebraska 90,670 37
Michigan 89,880 38
Oregon 87,440 39
Rhode Island 84,990 40
Nevada 84,590 41
Alabama 84,190 42
Oklahoma 83,220 43
Utah 62,610 44

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