Average Starting Salaries: Insurance 2014 Edition

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The insurance industry  comes with a vast array of career roles. This is great for students and new grads heading into the industry as there are a ton of career options to choose from.

There’s a lot of information to explore before confirming your career choice like the schedule, location, opportunities and what your salary may be.

We’ll answer the salaries part in this article! If you have other questions about a career in the Insurance industry click here to browse through our Insurance Career Guide!

This year, the average starting salaries in Insurance were egg-cellent across the board! Each salary is based on an entry-level role with zero to two years’ experience. Other than a strong starting salary, you can also expect benefits, bonuses, and big growth opportunities when hatching an career in Insurance.

Insurance Broker

• Vancouver: $34,365
• Edmonton: $36,327
• Toronto: $36,563
• Montreal: $33,444

Underwriter

• Vancouver: $46,193
• Edmonton: $40,598
• Toronto: $43,669
• Montreal: $43,837

Insurance Sales Representative

• Vancouver: $50,113
• Edmonton: $44,043
• Toronto: $47,375
• Montreal: $47,557

Insurance Claims Adjuster

• Vancouver: $50,113
• Edmonton: $42,500
• Toronto: $45,175
• Montreal: $45,892

Risk Analyst

• Vancouver: $43,356
• Edmonton: $38,104
• Toronto: $40,987
• Montreal: $41,144

Claims Adjuster

• Vancouver: $48,358
• Edmonton: $42,500
• Toronto: $45,715
• Montreal: $45,892

Are you a new grad in the Insurance industry? Share your career hatching tips by posting a comment below!

Sources: salary.com, payscale.com

Photo Credit: Alan Cleaver

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