Skip to comments.This week's top insurance jobs
Posted on 10/18/2018 10:27:20 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Each week, Insurance Business America shares top job opportunities from across America.
For this week:
Insurance Sales Intern, Country Financial Country Financial is looking for interns interested in ongoing professional growth and learning. The internship has the potential to last a full year, with a possible job offer at the end. Interns with the company will learn alongside Country Financials representatives on what it means to be an insurance agent. The insurer is looking for interns for its nine locations throughout America; follow the links to apply for the position in Hillsboro, OR, Carol Stream, IL, Columbia, MO, Corvallis, OR, Atlanta, GA, Reno, NV, Olympia, WA, Milwaukee, WI, and Des Moines, IA.
Property and Casualty CSR, Westaff Westaff is on the lookout for a property and casualty CSR based in Meriden, CT that can help process transactions relative to client files, assist with agent requests, prepare quotes and premium coverage options, as well as provide coverage recommendations, among other duties. You can apply here.
FT/PT Insurance Sales Agent, Jose Luis Valdez-Allstate A local Allstate agency in San Antonio, TX is looking for someone who enjoys customer interaction and insurance sales. Applicants must be licensed in general lines P&C, ideally have previous insurance sales experience, and be fluent in both English and Spanish. You can apply here.
Insurance Agent, Family First Life Family First Life is hiring insurance agents in Baltimore, MD. The company is offering new hires aggressive compensation (with bonuses), free exclusive leads for the first 30 days, live regional training from top producers, and vested renewals. You can apply here.
Bull shat insurance jobs. Why?
Lots of people in this country make a good living in the insurance industry. I’m sure you have insurance on your home, car, disability, health and life and probably other things.
Exactly....they are crap jobs.
I have been told that had I started selling insurance when I was 30, instead of going into IT and AV sales, that I would be wealthy and retired by now. Insurance gets residuals, if one does not opt to cash out early.
It all depends on the company behind you, and whatever stupid decisions that HQ makes to help their agents.
It seems to be the ultimate 80/20 job. The top 20% make it, the bottom 20% get shotgunned or starve and the rest in the middle have to decide which direction they will go.
A very small percentage of agents make money. Most are promised the moon and taken advantage of.
My first wife was the Midwestern recruiter for a very well-known insurance company, a job that I found for her as I worked at the state job service office. Throughout the years I saw the new agents she hired. Those that followed directions and worked as hard as directed made a very good living and those that didn’t soon left. FReepmail me if you want to know the name of the company.
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