A brighter future

Building brighter futures by redefining the world of work, reshaping retirement and investment outcomes, and unlocking real health and well-being for our clients, colleagues and communities.


Imagine a career:

  • Where you deliver meaningful solutions for major organizations and improve the lives of their employees
  • With the opportunity to work with some of the smartest people in professional services
  • That teaches you new technical skills for a better understanding of business

Opportunities await you

We want to make a difference in people’s lives. Building brighter futures for our clients, colleagues and communities is why we come to work each day. Whether it’s building a more agile workforce for the future, uncovering the new opportunities presented by AI and automation, or crafting strategies for responsible investments, we use our expertise and insight to show our clients the bigger picture, giving them trusted guidance and practical, sustainable solutions that help them solve complex problems and prepare for change.


Mercer offers many exciting and fruitful internship and entry-level positions as actuarial and HR consulting analysts.


We are looking for those who are passionate about making a difference in the health, wealth and careers of thousands of people. If you’re a problem solver, team player, strong communicator and keen observer, we encourage you to explore opportunities at Mercer.


Get a better understanding of the roles:


Jumpstart your career by engaging with industry experts on innovative projects. You will have the experience of a full-time analyst role and gain valuable insights into the world of professional services. Mercer offers internships in Employee Health & Benefits, Government Human Services Consulting, Retirement Consulting, Investment Consulting, and Workforce and Career Consulting. All majors are welcome to apply.



Actuarial Analyst:

If you are pursuing an actuarial degree and/or certification, begin your career working with the leading Human Capital Consulting Firm as an entry-level actuarial analyst. Early in their careers, actuarial analysts will have a high level of responsibility with exposure to clients. You will work closely with senior consultants to design, finance, price, and administer client companies’ health and welfare programs.


Mercer supports its actuaries through our Actuarial Study Program. We provide support through paid study and exam time, monetary reimbursement for materials and tests, and internal guidance and study resources. Candidates who have accepted a full-time offer may be reimbursed for study materials and exam fees after their official start date at Mercer with valid receipts.


Consulting Analyst:

As a consulting analyst, you will help collect, analyze and interpret data for client reports. You’ll also write and structure client communications, including proposals, reports, spreadsheets and presentations. With a solid practical and analytical foundation of the industry, you will strengthen your future career path.


Employee Health & Benefits analysts work with employer health plans.  Government Human Services consulting analysts work with state governments on public health care benefits . Career analysts have a dual understanding of finance and human behavior. Investment analysts work on accounting and math-based projects.




As an associate, you will interpret and draw meaningful conclusions from research and analysis on industry and organization-specific issues. You will evaluate clients’ strategic business objectives and their implications for rewards, leadership, organization performance and other HR policies.


Associates are students graduating from an MBA or master’s program in the current academic year. Candidates should have three to five years of relevant business experience. Currently, we offer Summer Associate and full-time Associate positions with our Career business.


What to expect from a career at Mercer

At Mercer, you will make an impact doing meaningful work. We have mentorship programs and care about our employees and their career trajectory.


We highly value diversity and work to foster understanding, inclusion and innovation in the workplace. Business Resource Groups (BRGs) are made up of colleagues with a common identity who receive recognition and support by the company. Members gain professional development and leadership opportunities that also help Mercer achieve its strategic business imperatives.


Volunteering and caring for our communities is also a chief component of our workplace culture. Find out about the many ways that Mercer colleagues give back, from our global Mercer Cares program to the paid day off Mercer gives to each colleague every year for volunteering.


Learn more about our Mercer BRGs.  


Connect with us

Stay in touch through our various social media outlets or request a meetup. We want you to join our Mercer family and start making your own tomorrow, today.

Join our community

You’ll have access to a network of more than 6,000 Mercer colleagues around the world and be the first to know about Mercer’s latest innovations, culture change initiatives, job openings and more.