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With so many jobs and career paths to choose from, finding where to start can be tricky. MyPath can help! Select your education, tell us what you're interested in and watch your path unfold.

Your Education

Select your major or education level
  • High School Diploma/GED
  • Accounting
  • Actuarial Science
  • Biology/Chemistry
  • Business
  • Communications
  • Computer Science
  • Criminal Justice
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • English
  • Finance
  • Fine Arts
  • Health Sciences
  • History
  • Information Systems
  • Law
  • Liberal Arts
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Mathematics/Statistics
  • Nursing
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Risk Management and Insurance
  • Social Sciences

Your Interests


  • Double- and triple-checking
  • Finding facts and statistics
  • Finding new ways to do things
  • Finding solutions
  • Having a place for everything
  • Knowing how to prove a point
  • Learning why
  • Meeting new people
  • Solving equations
  • Talking and listening
  • Thinking a step ahead
  • Trying new gadgets
  • Working with others
  • Writing

Your Top Results

Actuary
  • Demand for actuaries will increase 27% by 2022.
  • The median salary for an actuary in the United States is about $94,000.
  • In 2013, CareerCast ranked actuary as the best job in the U.S.
Agent/Broker
  • Companies will need to fill nearly 46,000 insurance agent/broker positions by 2022.
  • Insurance agents earn nearly $50,000 on average per year but can make much more through commission.
  • Before his full-time gig as a founder of hip-hop band The Roots, Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson was an insurance sales representative.
Business Analyst
  • Demand for business analysts is projected to increase 19% by 2022, faster than the average demand for all positions.
  • Business analysts make nearly $79,000 on average and can earn nearly $150,000 a year.
  • Henry Ford's now-famous assembly line approach to manufacturing was inspired by the work of the very first business analysts.
Claims - Life/Health
  • Demand for claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners and investigators is expected to grow about 3% by 2022, or nearly 11,000 jobs.
  • Claims adjusters earn nearly $60,000 on average and can earn nearly $90,000 a year.
  • Before making a name for herself with her vampire novels, Anne Rice, author of "Interview with the Vampire" and "Queen of the Damned", worked in insurance claims.
Claims - Property/Casualty
  • Demand for claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners and investigators is expected to grow about 3% by 2022, or nearly 11,000 jobs.
  • Claims adjusters earn nearly $60,000 on average and can earn nearly $90,000 a year.
  • Cedric the Entertainer, comedian and former host of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire", worked as a claims adjuster before entering showbiz.
Customer Service Agent
  • Demand for customer service agents will increase 13% by 2022.
  • Customer service agents can earn between $30,000 to more than $100,000 a year.
  • High-quality customer service has been shown to be a company's best asset for keeping customers happy.
Data Scientist
  • Demand for data analytics careers is projected to grow faster than that for the average career in the next decade, especially in insurance fields.
  • Data analytics professionals earn between $77,000 and $103,000 a year, on average.
  • Data scientist is "The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century," according to Harvard Business Review.
Financial Analyst
  • Demand for financial analysts should grow about 16% in the next decade, much faster than the average demand for all careers.
  • The median annual wage for a financial analyst is $77,000, with top earners making about $150,000.
  • The insurance industry accounts for nearly $6 trillion in investments each year — money that often goes to bonds that help build everything from roads to schools.
IT Support
  • Demand for IT support specialists will grow 17% in the next decade, equivalent to 123,000 new jobs.
  • The median annual wage for IT and computer systems analysts in the insurance industry is about $63,000, with top earners making nearly $100,000 a year.
  • In U.S. News & World Report's latest list of the richest people in the world, 6 of the top 20 are so-called computer nerds.
Legal/Compliance
  • Compliance officer careers will grow 27% in the next decade, far above average.
  • The average annual pay for compliance officers is about $68,000, but they can earn more than $114,000.
  • CNN Money ranked compliance officer as one of the Best Jobs in America, above neurosurgeon, veterinarian and accountant.
Loss Assessment and Control
  • Demand for loss prevention managers is expected to grow about 8% by 2020.
  • Loss prevention managers make more than $90,000 a year, on average.
  • Loss control dates back to the early 20th century, when underwriters first required policyholders to install alarm systems in their buildings.
Marketing
  • Demand for marketing and advertising professionals will grow 12% by 2022.
  • Marketing and advertising professionals earn between $43,000 and $187,000 a year.
  • According to TIME magazine, GEICO's "Hump Day" commercial was ranked third in the top 10 commercials in 2013.
Claims and Policyholder Services
  • There will be as many as 88,000 job openings for claims and policy processing clerks in the next decade.
  • The average claims and policy processing clerk makes between $36,000 and $55,000 a year.
  • There are more than 250,000 claims and policy processing clerks in the United States — more people than live in Orlando, Florida.
Risk Manager
  • Demand for risk managers will grow more than 6% by 2020.
  • Risk managers earn about $70,000 a year on average and can earn more than $100,000 a year.
  • The risk managers tasked with analyzing the 2012 Super Bowl outlined more than 300 potential risk opportunities. They boiled them down to 25 major potential issues and created mitigation plans.
Underwriter - Life/Health
  • The number of insurance underwriters will decline slightly in the next decade.
  • Insurance underwriters make between $40,000 and $110,000 a year.
  • In a recent ranking of best jobs by CareerCast.com, insurance underwriter ranked ahead of judge, aerospace engineer and surgeon.
Underwriter - Property/Casualty
  • The number of insurance underwriters will decline slightly in the next decade.
  • Insurance underwriters make between $40,000 and $110,000 a year.
  • In a recent ranking of best jobs by CareerCast.com, insurance underwriter ranked ahead of judge, aerospace engineer and surgeon.
Human Resources
  • Companies will need to fill more than 30,000 human resources specialist positions by 2022.
  • The average human resources specialist makes $56,000 a year and can make more than $95,000.
  • Mary Barra worked in human resources before becoming the first female CEO of General Motors.