Actuary I

Actuary I

$60,092 - $75,830

Actuaries use data, trends and other information analysis to make accurate estimates about the probabilities of accidents, illnesses, deaths, and natural disasters. Because actuaries deal with complex calculations and statistics, they must have strong backgrounds in mathematics.

Claims Adjuster I

Claims Adjuster I

$40,006 - $50,864

Insurance claims adjusters investigate accident, illness and property damage claims to determine whether clients’ insurance policies cover their expenses. Adjusters are often required to perform investigative work on certain claims to verify the damage wasn’t caused intentionally and wasn’t reported fraudulently.

Enrollment Representative

Enrollment Representative

$32,579 - $43,048

Enrollment representatives review insurance applications for accuracy and completeness and enters data into an automated system. May review and enter updates and/or corrections to insureds' records. May respond to and resolve insurance enrollment and/or update inquiries.

Underwriting Manager

Underwriting Manager

62,000 Average Per Year

Insurance underwriting managers lead teams that evaluate potential clients’ personal and business data to determine the level of insurance they should receive. Underwriters also use risk analysis to calculate the likelihood that specific clients will need insurance coverage during the life of their plans.