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Actuary Salary in United States – $132,000

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How much do Actuaries make?

The average total salary for a Actuary is $132,000 per year. This is based on data from 4,428 TurboTax users who reported their occupation as Actuary and includes taxable wages, tips, bonuses, and more. Actuary salary can vary between $63,500 to $349,000 depending on factors including education, skills, experience, employer & location. Read more

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Actuary salary by company


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Liberty Mutual Insurance, King County, WA

19 income tax records


$137K – $254K

Milliman, Waukesha County, WI

12 income tax records


$81K – $481K

Milliman Financial Risk Manageme, Cook County, IL

13 income tax records


$115K – $573K

Prudential Financial, Essex County, NJ

12 income tax records


$109K – $313K

Deloitte, Cook County, IL

11 income tax records


$100K – $262K

United Services Automobile Association, Bexar County, TX

19 income tax records


$58K – $372K

Rga Enterprise Services, St. Louis County, MO

20 income tax records


$99K – $277K

New York Life Insurance, New York County, NY

14 income tax records


$98K – $350K

American Family Mutual Insurance, Dane County, WI

12 income tax records


$124K – $185K

Pacific Life Insurance Company, Orange County, CA

26 income tax records


$105K – $316K

The Nassau Companies Of New York, Hartford County, CT

12 income tax records


$91K – $226K

PwC, Cook County, IL

13 income tax records


$78K – $206K

State Farm, McLean County, IL

33 income tax records


$92K – $328K

Mutual Of Omaha Insurance, Douglas County, NE

20 income tax records


$88K – $316K

Ernst & Young, New York County, NY

11 income tax records


$78K – $251K

Symetra Financial Corp, King County, WA

12 income tax records


$71K – $181K

The Hartford, Hartford County, CT

29 income tax records


$77K – $246K

Allstate Insurance Company, Cook County, IL

19 income tax records


$78K – $205K

Protective, Jefferson County, AL

12 income tax records


$75K – $234K

Principal Financial Services, Polk County, IA

10 income tax records


$57K – $274K

Humana, Jefferson County, KY

36 income tax records


$76K – $252K

Optum, Hennepin County, MN

14 income tax records


$75K – $237K

GEICO, Montgomery County, MD

17 income tax records


$71K – $256K

American General Life Insurance, Harris County, TX

29 income tax records


$76K – $192K

John Hancock, Suffolk County, MA

14 income tax records


$74K – $169K

Transamerica Life Insurance Co, Linn County, IA

22 income tax records


$75K – $240K

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co, Franklin County, OH

32 income tax records


$63K – $255K

Cigna, Philadelphia County, PA

12 income tax records


$84K – $240K

Aon, Cook County, IL

18 income tax records


$72K – $313K

Health Care Service Corp, Cook County, IL

16 income tax records


$69K – $179K

Allianz Life Insurance, Hennepin County, MN

18 income tax records


$74K – $524K

Actuary demographics in United States

44% are single

56% are married

39% have kids

61% own a home

Effective Tax Rates for Actuaries in United States

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The average salary for a actuary in the United States is $132,000 per year. Actuary salaries in the United States can vary between $63,500 to $349,000 and depend on various factors, including skills, experience, employer, bonuses, tips, and more.

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The following companies offer the highest salaries for actuaries in the United States: Liberty Mutual Insurance ($198,000 a year), Milliman ($197,000 a year), and Milliman Financial Risk Manageme ($181,500 a year).

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The following cities offer the highest salaries for actuaries in the United States: Bridgeport Metro Area, CT ($192,500 a year), Trenton Metro Area, NJ ($186,500 a year), and Springfield Metro Area, MA ($173,000 a year).

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12 Online Jobs for Introverts with No Experience 2023

12 Online Jobs for Introverts with No Experience

Even though I’m an extrovert through and through, I’ve been drawn to online jobs for introverts.

I don’t know if it’s the flexibility, pay, or the fact that I don’t have to deal with people face-to-face on a daily basis.

But I can attest that some of the jobs that hire introverts are perfect entry-level opportunities for beginners, even those who have no experience.

Whether you want to stay home with your children or just stay home to avoid people, it’s more than possible. The day I left my corporate job to pursue my blog full-time and raise my children was the day I found myself. You can find this kind of freedom as an introvert and actually enjoy your work.

While it’s not for everyone, I can’t hold back my excitement in the possibilities that blogging has given to me as a stay at home mom. I talk about blogging on my YouTube channel and tons of different ways that real people are earning a part- or full-time income from home.

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Why These Jobs are Perfect for Introverts

If you’re an introvert, it can be hard to enjoy going to work on a daily basis. In fact, my introvert friends say they would prefer to work from home.

Since many of these jobs include the same qualities that make them introvert-friendly, I created one tidy list of reasons that you’ll love them:

  • All work can be done from home (while wrapped in a blanket on the couch).
  • Communication with clients can be done online via email or Facebook Messenger.
  • Scheduling is flexible and doesn’t require a 9-to-5 work day.
  • Work-related meetings (if necessary) can be done virtually.
  • Training is available via online courses and eGuides.

I hope you’ll join me on this work-from-home journey and find the perfect online job as an introvert, just like I did.

12 Introvert Jobs That You Can Do Online from Home

Here are the best, high paying online jobs for introverts that you can start as soon as today.

1. Blogging

Blogging is the number one job for introverts with no experience because you do not have to deal with people nor do you need experience. I had no experience when I started my blog, all the information you need to become a successful blogger is out there for free you just need to know how to find it.

To make it easy for you I wrote a very thorough article that explains how I make money blogging. For example, I make money just for people reading my articles from ads. 

When people read my articles and scroll pass an ad, I make money. That’s the wonderful thing about blogging, the income is so passive. I’m quite positive I did not write this article today and it’s still making me money.

Here is an example of a great traffic day I had where I made $400 in one day just from ads.

I make even more money from affiliate marketing.

You do not need to be a great writer to blog, I’m definitely not. You just write like you talk.

Earning potential: The earning potential for bloggers ranges from $12,000 to $200,000 per year. I only made $5,000 in my first year, but after putting in a TON of work and learning SEO I was able to turn it into a six-figure business the following year.

Resources: To start a blog from scratch, I’ve created a step-by-step guide where you can learn how to start a WordPress blog for under $100.

2. Freelance Writing

If you enjoy writing, you can offer your freelance services to others. You create the content for other websites, publications, or businesses. This could be in the form of articles, blogs posts, emails, sales pages, etc.

You don’t need to be a professional writer to become a freelance writer. All you truly need is knowledge in spelling and grammar and have access to a computer.

Earning potential: Salaries range depending on the type of work. Some freelancers earn up to $200,000 per year- mind blown! The average salary is about $53,000 per year.

Resources: First, you have to decide if freelance writing is for you. Check out my guide on how to become a freelance writer from home to get started. 

3. Proofreader

Does it annoy you when you see mistakes in things you read? Do you wish you could reach through your screen and make editing notes? Proofreading might be the best introvert job for you.

As a proofreader, you can make money correcting written mistakes others make. If you think about it, proofreaders are needed for so many types of jobs. And you wouldn’t have to leave your house.

Earning potential: Some proofreaders report making over $40,000 per year working part-time. Others are making $1,000 to $4,000 per month.

Resources: Take a look at my guide on how to become a proofreader to get started. I also highly recommend taking Caitlin Pyle’s FREE Workshop to learn the skills of a proofreader.

4. Virtual Bookkeeper 

Bookkeeper jobs are ideal because they are the kind of online jobs for introverts that do not require any formal training, experience, or face-to-face interaction with clients.

You can also set your own hours which gives you the flexibility to work when you want and however many hours you want.

A bookkeeper receives financial information from clients and logs the information for the client to easily track and retrieve at a later date. This is perfect for the data junkie introverts out there. 

I interviewed two women who had no previous experience as a bookkeeper and after taking this course they now run a successful bookkeeping business. One of the women has 9 kids homeschools 6 of them and earns over $2,000 per month on the side as a bookkeeper.

I am convinced if she can do it, then most people can as well. You can check out the interview with these two women here.

Earning potential: You can earn up to $60 per hour with the right training and clientele. The average amount per client is $300 per month and depending on how efficient you are you would only need to work 4 hours a MONTH per client.

Resources: Start with taking this free class to see if this is right for you and check out my article on how to become a virtual bookkeeper from home

5. Virtual Assistant

Virtual Assistants are one of the most popular online jobs from home because of its flexibility. You can work around your own schedule as long as you can make your deadlines from anywhere!

Earning potential: Virtual assistants set their own wages but you typically see anywhere from $15 per hour all the way to $100 per hour.

Resources: Check out my guide on How to Work from Home as a Virtual Assistant to get started.

6. Transcriber

An easy work-from-home job you can complete is in transcribing. Transcribers take what is spoken and turn it into written (typed) words.

Simply get comfy in your chair, listen to audio, and transcribe what you hear. Transcription jobs are the best entry level jobs for introverts because you don’t have to be with anyone nor talk to anyone.

Earning potential: Working for a transcription company, you can earn anywhere between $7 per hour up to almost $20 per hour with the companies here. If you choose to make this a business, you can add even more to your pay by setting your own rates and subcontracting your projects.

Resources: To get started check out Janet Shaughnessy’s free mini course to learn more about the trade.

7. Amazon Seller

Did you know you can sell on Amazon? Sellers are typically people who like to shop for good deals. Is this you?

Basically, you find good deals on products from different shops and then you turn around to sell them on Amazon for a higher price. Amazon actually ships these products for you. Plus, they take care of the customer service side of things as well, making this a great job for introverts.

Earning potential: Surprisingly, some sellers on Amazon actually make six-figures! But that’s after putting in a ton of work. Realistically, sellers can earn roughly $2,000 per month but can earn more if they put in more time.

Resources: I recommend taking The Selling Family’s free email course to jump start your Amazon selling job. My sister took this course and now earns $2,000 per month on the side with a fulltime job.

Take a look at how one Amazon seller makes six figures.

8. Notary Loan Signing Agent

Although this involves being around people you don’t have to say much except, sign here.

Becoming a Notary Loan Signing Agent is very lucrative, your job is to ensure that real estate loan documents are properly executed by the borrower, notarized, and returned for processing on time.

Earning Potential: I interviewed John Flick who earns $5k-$7k per month only working 3-4 days per week! You can easily earn six-figures and all you need to do is become a Notary, no college education needed.

Resources: Check out the interview with John Flick to see how to get started.

9. Graphic Designer

If designing is something you have been interested in, you should pursue graphic design. As a graphic designer, your clients will look to you to create eye-catching graphics for their business.

Graphic design is one of the top high paying online jobs for introverts. Designers can set their own hours and choose the clients they want to work with.

Earning potential: The potential to earn a decent salary as a graphic designer is pretty high. Designers can make upwards of $84,000 per year. As a beginner, the salary ranges between $33,000 to $64,000 per year.

Resources: Test your skills and create some printables to get started as a graphic designer. Sell your printables online starting with opening a shop on Etsy. See how Julie does it here or you can check out this highly recommended course Learn Photoshop, Web Design & Profitable Freelancing for a steal of a deal.

10. Search Engine Optimizer (SEO)

Do you have a handle on what makes a website rank high on Google? Do you speak SEO? Search Engine Optimizers are in high demand.

I had NO idea what this stuff was before I started my website, but I had to learn it if I wanted to get consistent traffic to my website, and now I know this stuff like the back of my hand. Now it’s like, you don’t know SEO?

Website designers, bloggers, and other online businesses rely on SEOs to enhance their websites which increases their sales. Because SEOs are in high demand, they are another high paying online job for introverts. Your expertise is valuable. Work part- or full-time and you can still make a sizable salary.

Earning potential: SEO specialists can make over six figures! How does $120,000 per year sound to you? Even as an entry level optimizer, the salary still begins around $38,000 per year.

Resources: SEO is always changing so it is important to stay up to date with current information. To get started learning or developing your skills, check out this SEO starter guide. You can also kick your career into high gear with this free 6-day SEO boot camp.

11. Social Media Manager

Keeping up with social media is time-consuming for many businesses. That’s why they outsource this task to social media managers. Intrigued?

Social media managers spend a few hours a week scheduling out posts for businesses. This is one of the best jobs for introverts with no experience because it doesn’t require any formal education or training, and you don’t have to deal with customers in person.

Learn on the job, make your own hours, and find clients online from the comfort of your home.

Earning potential: Salaries range from $12 to $14 per hour per client. There is potential to increase your salary depending on how many clients you take on at once.

Resources: You can find clients in Facebook groups, Instagram, or LinkedIn. Check out my guide to learn how to become a social media manager for individuals or businesses.

12. Video Editor

If you’re camera shy and don’t want to start your own YouTube channel, there are YouTubers and businesses who definitely could use the help editing their videos. 

Video editing is just one of the jobs that hire introverts because all you need is a computer and communication through email. Make your own schedule and edit videos on your own time.

Earning potential: You can make just under $100,000 per year. Video editors salary ranges from about $30,000 to $84,000 per year.

Resources: This is a great affordable course to get started learning the ins and outs of video editing. 

Related: 19 Online Part-Time Jobs from Home

13. Search Engine Evaluator

A search engine evaluator rates the relevancy of search engine results. You do the research, analyze the results, and provide feedback.

It is a popular choice for online jobs for introverts because of all the pros. You don’t need experience, no phone calls, and you can do it all from wherever you choose to work.

Earning potential: The salary ranges but generally you can expect between $12 and $14 per hour.

Resources: Check out the only companies I recommend to work from home as a web search evaluator.

14. Sell low content books on Amazon

This is one of the best jobs for introverts because you don’t ever have to talk to anyone to do this job. It also doesn’t require any money, you can do this anywhere in the world and make a great passive income each month.

You create a cover of a book and one interior page (no graphic design experience needed). Post it to Amazon KDP and let your work sell. 

This may not make a lot of sense but we break it down in our article How to make 1000s selling low content books, or you can just watch as we show you how to do this in minutes.

You Don’t Have to Deal with People While Working Introvert Jobs

Needing a break from people doesn’t make you a bad person. It just means you’re an independent worker who enjoys some extra alone time.

That’s the beauty of introvert jobs. You can work on your own terms, set your own schedule, and avoid the daily face-to-face interaction with both customers and bosses.

There are some jobs on this list that do not offer health insurance, if you’re in need of health insurance you can check out the options other freelancers take to get health insurance here.

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8 tips on how to make it easier for an introvert to find a job — Work.


For introvert job seekers, finding a job is a test. After all, you need to get out of your comfort zone, make contacts, attend interviews. Read on to find out how such candidates can use their personality traits and find a place in the labor market.

If a person is an introvert by psychotype, then he is characterized by concentration on his inner world. This is not a person who is shy or socially inept. It's just that he spends energy while in society, and accumulates it in solitude. nine0005

Introverts have a hard time looking for a job. The main problem is that it is difficult for them to establish superficial contacts and quickly process incoming information. They don’t send out resumes to many job openings, they rarely write cover letters, and interviews can be a real challenge for them.

At the same time, people with this type of personality are excellent workers who have every chance to build a successful career, if not fast-paced. They are laconic, thoroughly approach the fulfillment of the assigned tasks, work slowly, but with high quality. Such specialists delve into the essence of the problem and are in no hurry to make rash decisions. They show the ability to be creative, they have a well-developed memory and analytical abilities. nine0005

Work.ua has collected tips to help introvert job seekers make their job search more comfortable.

1. Choose the right path and vacancies

It is important for an introvert (preferably still in his youth) to choose a field of activity in which communication with people is minimized. He will feel in his place in a position, for example, an analyst, accountant, auditor, designer, programmer, veterinarian, research scientist.

And the professions of a sales representative, public relations manager, salesperson and other positions related to communication will devastate both physically and mentally. nine0005

The right solution is to find a job that will give the introvert the opportunity to use their strengths and send out resumes to relevant vacancies. Don't forget the importance of cover letters.

2. Agree and train

When an introvert is invited for an interview, it is likely that his first thought will be: "Maybe not to go ...". He has the right to think so, but he is obliged to accept the invitation, and then proceed to training.

How? Go to as many interviews as possible. This will provide an opportunity to find out exactly what hiring managers are asking, what questions confuse the applicant. You can ask someone from your family or friends to be an imaginary HR manager. Let him conduct a fictitious interview, ask questions in random order, and the introverted applicant practice answering them smoothly. nine0005

3. Write it down

Introverts are not endowed with the talent of self-presentation, it is difficult for them to talk about themselves and their achievements at the interview, they do not know how to sell themselves in the labor market. But that doesn't mean they don't have anything to share. “Why repeat? they think. “After all, all my successes are reflected in the resume. ” Moreover, during a conversation, introverts get lost if they feel that they are incompetent in a particular issue. And they are stingy with descriptions - personal assessments, clarifications, the need to show emotions create great difficulties for introverts. nine0005

Sound familiar? There is a good method of how to systematize and remember information, and at the right time to get it out of the storerooms of memory. Prepare carefully. Get a special notebook in which you write down in detail all the professional data about yourself. Give extended answers to recruiting questions, describe your achievements, strengths and weaknesses, hobbies. When you write, you remember information better. And you will always have a cheat sheet at hand, which you can look into if you forgot something. nine0005

4. Use the internet and social media

Social media can influence your career. The fact is known. An introvert needs to make the most of blogs, forums, and other remote ways to contact potential employers. The format of communication on the World Wide Web makes it possible to think and choose the right words. At the same time, the interlocutor remains on the other side of the monitor, which eliminates the tension that occurs during personal communication.

Post your resume on job search sites. Send him to selected vacancies, find out from the recruiter about his fate by e-mail, look for a section with vacancies on company websites and fill out questionnaires right there. nine0005

5. Offer to interview remotely

If you are an introvert, then the ideal interview option for you is by phone or Skype. When you are invited to interview with an employer, find out if it is possible to conduct an interview remotely.

By the way, introverts are not prone to improvisation, so a call from a recruiting manager can take them by surprise, lead them into confusion. If this also happens to you, then do not hesitate to tell the interlocutor that you will call him back in a couple of minutes. During this time, gather your thoughts and find a summary with prepared theses. nine0005

6. Stay involved throughout the meeting

Of course, an introvert cannot completely eliminate personal contacts. He will need to go to the company's office to talk with a recruiter or employer. And already in the first seconds of the meeting, it is important to try to make a good impression. That is, be friendly, smile, shake hands with the interlocutor.

However, it is not so difficult to focus on these points, but it is more difficult for an introvert to remain interested throughout the conversation. He will get tired before the interview is over. nine0005

Therefore, control yourself all the time, be here and now from the moment you crossed the threshold of the office until the farewell handshake.

How an introvert should behave in an interview in order to keep attention:

  • "mirror" the interviewer - unobtrusively copy his gestures, posture, tone and tempo of voice;
  • look into the eyes of the interlocutor;
  • do not twist the pen, ring in your hands, do not wring your fingers;
  • avoid long pauses in conversation; nine0058
  • peep into a notebook with prepared abstracts or make notes.

7. Ask questions

Introverts like to listen more than they talk. Therefore, at the interview, you can and should ask questions to the recruiter. Firstly, it will show his interest in the company and the vacancy. And, secondly, it will be necessary to speak to the recruiting manager, and not to the applicant.

8. Do not go to several interviews in one day

An introvert needs to conserve energy and should not agree to more than one interview a day. After an interview, a person with this type of personality needs to restore strength and replenish energy in the way he usually does: be alone with himself, lie on the couch, take a walk. nine0005

Introversion is not a pathology, but a character trait. An introvert just needs to understand the nuances inherent in his personality type, and be able to find a team in which he will feel comfortable. And a job that would energize, not deprive her of. Work.ua hopes that the above tips will help you with this!

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Vacancies "Flutter Developer", remotely, work in the company "Introvert's Right Hemisphere" - Habr Career



Mobile Developer, Middle • Flutter • Dart • Git

Location and type of employment

• Full-time • Remotely available


1 Introvert 9002 Lecture right brain painting, psychology and science. Live and online

Job Description

Hello! We, Introvert Right Hemisphere, are an international EdTech company. We make educational products in the field of art, psychology and science, originally from St. Petersburg! Our mission is to provide unlimited access to knowledge from anywhere in the world and make the process of self-development fun. We exist since 2018 and during this time we managed to win the hearts of tens of thousands of people. nine0005

The project is growing so fast that sometimes we ourselves are surprised at our speed. And now we are looking for an experienced Flutter developer to join our team to develop our cross-platform multilingual mobile application.

Who we are looking for:

  • At least Middle level specialist with at least 2 years of experience
  • Have one or more completed commercial applications for iOS / Android developed with Flutter
  • Strong knowledge of Dart, have experience work with third-party libraries and API
  • You understand the peculiarities of developing client-server applications
  • You have knowledge of asynchronous programming
  • You can competently build an application architecture taking into account business requirements and choose the optimal technology stack
  • You are confident in GIT: how to manage a repository, branches, merge branches, etc.
  • You know how to properly set up an application for uploading in production, you know the features and limitations of the AppStore / Google Play
  • You know how and are ready to write unit tests
  • Ready to work in a team, understand the principles of Scrum

It will be great if you:

  • You can code-review yourself
  • Willing to offer ideas to improve the project
  • Strong technical English. Answers to questions should be sought in official documentation/repositories
  • Understand the principles of user interface design, have UI/UX design skills, experience with Figma, Sketch
  • Relevant experience in commercial EdTech projects

Our technology stack:

  • Framework Flutter 2.5, Dart 2.14
  • Sound null safety.
  • Http client - Dio.
  • Local database — Hive
  • Business logic and state management architecture — BLoC + RxDart + Provider.
  • Asynchronous programming pattern - Rx Observables - RxDart
  • Forms - Model-Driven approach, ReactiveForms 9 library0058
  • Firebase integration

Please write in your cover letter about relevant experience and attach a link to GitHub.


We offer: