01/26/2018 Celebrating Insurance Careers Month at Combined
Alaina Anderson, Copywriter
Celebrating Insurance Careers Month at Combined
February is Insurance Careers Month, and here at Combined, we are reflecting on the limitless possibilities and the value of insurance careers. Combined Insurance has a vibrant history that dates back 96 years, when W. Clement Stone paved the way for a career with opportunities to offer insurance coverage to help people in times of need. This month, we want to highlight the men and women of Combined who touch peoples’ lives daily, and showcase why they are proud to work in the insurance industry. By 2020, there will be around 400,000 positions open within the insurance industry. And with nearly four million baby boomers retiring each year, the opportunities for a life-changing career in insurance are endless.1
Insurance is the career trifecta: it’s stable, it’s rewarding, and it’s limitless.1
This month, we are reaching out to employees and sharing what they love about working in the Insurance industry. Here at Combined, our employees are driven and passionate about their career, and we want to share their passion with you on social media. Follow along to see firsthand accounts about what it’s like to work in the insurance industry, and what makes insurance the career trifecta.
- We’ve already highlighted several of our happy agents in our blog.
Follow along to see firsthand accounts about what it’s like to work in the insurance industry, and what makes insurance the career trifecta. Stay tuned to hear their stories on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages!
1 Insurance Careers Month. (n.d.). Retrieved January 19, 2018, from insurancecareerstrifecta.org/.
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