Want to Work in Insurance Claims? Look Out For These Job Titles

If you’re looking for a job in insurance claims but don’t know where to start, look no further than the many options we have below!

Insurance Claims at a Glance

Working in insurance claims can be an umbrella term referring to any position that evaluates insurance claims, like claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners, investigators, and even customer service positions. These roles decide whether an insurance company must pay a claim and if so, how much.

Entry-level jobs in insurance claims often require only a high school diploma or equivalent, although some positions may require a bachelor’s degree or insurance-related work experience.

According to the BLS’ Occupational Outlook Handbook,  the median annual wage for claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators was $64,900 in May 2017.

How to Use This List

The following list represents the most common insurance job titles we’ve come across at InsuranceJobs.com, the number 1 site for insurance jobs and careers. Use the titles in this list as keywords in your job search, or sign yourself up for job alerts to make sure you never miss an opportunity.

 

Career Areas in Claims

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