How much does an insurance assessor earn, other?
On this page you can see how much an insurance assessor, and others earn in monthly salary before tax. Here you will find salary statistics, salary spread and salary development for those who work as insurance assessors, in the rest of Sweden. You can see how much the salary differs for men and women who work as insurance assessors, other. You can also see if and how much the salary differs within different sectors and regions in Sweden. Here below, you will simply find the answer to the question "What does an insurance assessor earn, other ?"
Salary statistics for those who work as insurance assessors, other
All our salary statistics are reported at group level according to SSYK and are valid for the year 2020. The occupational title insurance assessor, other is included in the group Insurance salespersons and insurance advisors which includes another 20 occupational titles.
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Average salaries among those who work as insurance assessors, other
There are a total of approximately 12,300 people in Sweden who work as insurance salespeople and insurance advisors and these earned an average of SEK 46,100/month before tax in 2020. Women earned less than men and had an average salary that was only 82% of men's .
|Monthly salary Sweden||Monthly salary but||Monthly salary women|
|SEK 46,100||SEK 50,700||SEK 41,400|
Salary spread among those who work as insurance assessors, other
There are very large salary differences between the highest and lowest paid people with the profession of insurance assessor, other or any other of the professions that are part of the occupational group of insurance salespersons and insurance advisers .
The 10th percentile, ie the 10% with the lowest salary, within this occupational group earn SEK 27,600/month, while the 90th percentile, the 10% with the highest salary, earn SEK 70,000/month. The 10% who earn the most then have a monthly salary that is 2.54 times as large as those who earn the least.
Salary differences among those who work as insurance assessors, other
How much you earn as an insurance adjuster can depend on a variety of factors. For example, within certain professions, there are large wage differences depending on where in Sweden you work. Wages for most occupations are higher in metropolitan areas than in rural areas. There may also be differences in pay between different sectors and between genders.
Below you can see how the salary for insurance salespeople and insurance advisers is affected by the sector you work in, where in the country you work, and whether you are a woman or a man.
Wage differences in different sectors
Those who work as insurance salespeople and insurance advisors in the private sector have, on average, a higher salary than those who work in other sectors.
How much you earn as an insurance salesperson and insurance advisor is very dependent on where in the country you live. You earn the most in Stockholm, where you earn an average of SEK 51,500/month, and you earn the least in Mellersta Norrland, where the average salary is SEK 33,500/month.
You can see how the regions are divided on the FAQ page.