Happiness rating is 65 out of 100
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AIG Careers and Employment

Work happiness
Scores based on about 438 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
Work Happiness Score
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
Above average
Do people feel they have the time and location flexibility they need?
Above average
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About the company

  • CEO
    Brian Duperreault
  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
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Cloud Security Architect

Reston, VA

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Cyber Defense Incident Responder

Reston, VA

30+ days ago

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Cyber Defense & Response SOC Manager

Reston, VA

30+ days ago

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Senior Cyber Defense Incident Responder

Reston, VA

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Senior Cyber Risk Defense Analyst

Reston, VA

30+ days ago

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Salary estimated from 699 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

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$76,071 per year
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Sales Assistant
$14.25 per hour
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$80,704 per year


Insurance Agent
$76,071 per year
$49,729 per year
Claims Adjuster
$35,884 per year

Administrative Assistance

$29,280 per year
Administrative Assistant
$16.48 per hour
Senior Executive Assistant
$75,002 per year
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Employees at AIG have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

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Senior Cyber Risk Defense Analyst in Reston, VA
on May 10, 2018
AIG is a great place but...
AIG is a great place to work if you're well establish in the higher levels or the opposite just starting. If higher up with greater years of experience the opportunity to take a leadership role and really drive the growth/maturity of the Cyber department is truly there. If just starting out in the field the opportunity to gain the experience needed for the next step is here at AIG as they grow and Mature in Cyber. Caveat being if you're mid-level, its pretty dry... mostly consisting of hand off busy work and or if you do find or lead something its often broken up or re-delegated to others as it grows or just drops off the edge of the earth and dies. This leaves lacking opportunity to own something for its technical life span and show true strength and weakness in individual skill sets. There is also no line/scope for the Cyber department positions, Leadership will be working T1, SRs will be working T1, and even the flip side of T1 somehow leading T2/T3 development projects. This makes a clear path for advancement or ownership/belonging/scope of task very convoluted.
Actuarial Analyst in Woodland Hills, CA
on January 15, 2021
AIG has great support to acquire skills by tuition reimbursement program. In addition, colleagues are willing to help when you had any problems in your work.
Financial Advisor in Charlotte, NC
on January 13, 2021
GreAt place to start and very fair comp. you will get an existing book. The managers are very good depending on who you work for. And if in a partnership very helpful with case design.
Customer Service Representative in Amarillo, TX
on January 8, 2021
It was okay. Higher Management was no good. The pay was okay. The job was boring and not challenging me and became a bore. The pay was good and lots of paid holidays.
Claims Specialist in New York, NY
on January 4, 2021
Claims is the step child compared to other depts. they could pay more and value the claims professionals who are hardworking and try to work under pressure every. Too many claim reviews. It’s like the Brokers are the bosses with their demands.
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Interview insights

Insights from 673 Indeed users who have interviewed with AIG within the last 5 years.

Favorable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

Interview Questions

They asked questions regarding which applications I had supported in the past.

Shared on September 20, 2017

During my interview, it was very relaxed friendly atmosphere and very inviting. AIG has undergone management changes I would say the line of questions during interviews currently would be very professional and structured.

Shared on March 6, 2017

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AIG locations

New York, NY
Houston, TX
Amarillo, TX
Berkeley Heights, NJ
Fort Worth, TX
Alpharetta, GA
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