Actuary earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Actuary salary by state

State Name Average Salary
New York $131,510
Connecticut $115,130
Pennsylvania $117,252
Washington $124,610
District of Columbia $126,060
New Hampshire $116,790
Idaho $90,270
California $114,290
Colorado $114,660
Georgia $106,020
Illinois $108,196
North Carolina $110,510
Minnesota $101,190
Massachusetts $100,970
Kansas $101,120
New Jersey $101,280
Mississippi $109,140
Florida $100,450
Oregon $91,940
Iowa $98,180
Texas $93,670
Wisconsin $97,180
Maine $107,180
Nebraska $87,890
Rhode Island $92,730
Indiana $93,010
Ohio $94,000
Missouri $84,500
Maryland $92,820
Vermont $78,200
Michigan $80,350
Arkansas $81,110
Alabama $80,346
Nevada $91,040
Utah $52,830
Puerto Rico $53,490

How do actuary salaries compare to similar careers?

Actuaries earn 12% more than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than financial managers but more than consultants.

Career Median Salary
Financial manager salary $114K
Bank branch manager salary $105K
Actuary salary $108K
Statistician salary $91K
Financial advisor salary $81K
Operations research analyst salary $85K
Consultant salary $78K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)