Actuarial Interns

AONSeattle, WA

3 months ago


Job Title

Early Careers: Actuarial Intern

Job Location

Aon - Seattle, WA

Job Overview

Aon is seeking intellectually curious and problem-solving Actuarial Interns who thrive in a flexible and collaborative team-based environment. As an Actuarial Intern at Aon, you will have the opportunity to work on various assignments and gain valuable experience in the field. This is a hybrid role with the flexibility to work both from home and your aligned office.


The target salary range for this position is $22 to $28 per hour. The actual salary will vary based on applicant's education, experience, skills, abilities, as well as internal equity and alignment with market data. The salary may also be adjusted based on applicant's geographic location.


  • Work on a variety of assignments during your internship
  • Collaborate with clients' management teams to assess the costs associated with retirement plans (Retirement Consulting)
  • Support consultants in developing short and long-term health and welfare benefit strategies (Health and Benefits Consulting)
  • Assist in assessing exposure to P&C risk and providing actuarial reserves for financial statement support (Risk Consulting)
  • Support clients by assisting in pricing parameter updates, market research, and presenting analysis results (Reinsurance Actuarial Consulting)


  • Relevant work or internship experience
  • Involvement in extracurricular activities
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook
  • Outstanding quantitative and analytical skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Enjoy working on complex, mathematically-oriented projects

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People who completed this type of internship end up in the following types of jobs

Top majors

That get hired for this type of internship

  • Mathematics28%

  • Actuarial Science26%

  • Economics10%

  • Statistics5%

  • Management Science5%

  • 124 other majors24%

People who did this kind of internship end up at the following companies

  • Towers Watson
  • Mercer
  • Liberty Mutual Insurance
  • AON
  • Milliman
Estimated Monthly Living Expenses

For Seattle, WA | $4,692/mo

  • Housing/Rent$2,442

  • Miscellaneous$1,103

  • Food$516

  • Transportation$329

  • Utilities$302


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