New York Life Insurance employees earn $24 per hour on average, or $50,000 annually, which is 11% lower than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at New York Life Insurance is a Assistant Vice President at $131,500 annually while the lowest paying job at New York Life Insurance is a Office Assistant at $26,300 annually.See all New York Life Insurance salaries »
"I feel that I am underpaid."
"I am paid well for what I do, however if I did it independently I would make almost double what I do being with a captive agency."
"The pay I receive is completely based on number of leads acquired on my own, but that is not the whole story. Part of the reason I am leaving is the same reason I believe in the company: products and services there are for long-term and worth-while needs. The problem, the challenge/opportunity, is that these services (which I can show on a spreadsheet) aren't tangible today. This is not software for a company's needs, nor it is advertising, solar paneling, or merchant services."
"Fresh out of college and jumping into the insurance world was a bit tough but was a great eye opener. I met great people and learned a lot for the amount of time I have worked there."
"Grossly underpaid! I am worth more money than I'm making!"
"Yes, I strongly believe that I am underpaying."
"Well with the load of work I have right now, it's average."
"I feel that I'm being underpaid. I work in a call center setting and that usually leads to low wages. In New York State a Help Desk Analyst should make a minimum of $14 an hour. I want to get paid what I am worth."
"I believe I am currently being under compensated for the quality of work I produce at the moment. I would like to find an opportunity where there is an incentive to grow professionally as well as financially."
"I think my salary is ok so far."
"Right where I should be. Benefits are dodgy though."
"It's been hard to accomplish the individual and company's goals."