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Underwriting & Actuarial Careers
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Our underwriting and actuarial teams work within the Property/Casualty and Life/Health departments. Joining our teams could be a great way to use your analytical mind to help customers protect what matters most.
State Farm® insures more cars and homes than any other company in the United States. We’re also the largest life insurer in the United States – having the most individual life policies in force.
Managing each of these policies means our Underwriters and Underwriting Service Assistants have the skills and knowledge they need to help customers protect their properties and lives.
Underwriters assess customer risks and determine insurance eligibility by reviewing applications, existing business, statistical data, reports, and customer information. Underwriting Service Assistants and Customer Service Assistants process policy changes, and collaborate with agents to serve customers.
Our actuarial teams rely on decisive and resourceful problem solvers to provide analysis and insight that support business decisions. Actuarial careers offer challenging assignments and abundant developmental opportunities.
Having functions within both property & casualty and life & health insurance, our actuarial team employs a diverse skillset to stay ahead of an ever changing business climate by utilizing the latest programming languages.
Data mining, model building, and predictive modeling are among the work we execute in collaboration with other business areas across the Enterprise.
Financial support and exam study time at work are also available to encourage successful pursuit of FCAS (Fellow, Casualty Actuarial Society) and FSA (Fellow, Society of Actuaries) designations.
Reasonable Accommodation Assistance
If you need assistance during the application or hiring process to accommodate a disability, you may request a reasonable accommodation by contacting Career Center Support or your State Farm® contact.
State Farm is an equal opportunity employer.
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