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24 G.I. JOBS | NOVEMBER 2018 | GIJOBS.COM INDUSTRY INTEL INSURANCE *Company is a paid client. Similarly, Jim McMahon, director of talent acquisition at Travelers*, noted, "We've found that having support networks in place, like our Military and Veterans Diversity Network, helps to provide a community atmosphere that connects veterans with each other. We also work hard to match veterans with the careers that fit their strengths and skills they learned in the military to make it an easier transition. For instance, many of our investigative services professionals are former military police." And with 400,000 positions available, it's clear that you can find your niche as you transition out of the military. Don't settle for a job. Prepare and land your career in the insurance industry today. $VDQLQVXUDQFHVDOHVDJHQW\RXèOOEHUHVSRQVLEOHIRU reaching out to potential customers and generating new business with new clients. You must fully understand the products you're selling, and explain to customers to help them choose the best options. INSURANCE SALES AGENT HOT JOB IN INSURANCE $50,000 Bachelor's degree preferred 10% growth through 2026 0(',$16$/$5< INSURANCE. IT'S THE FORMS YOU FILL OUT AT THE DOCTOR'S OFFICE. It's the piece of paper in your glovebox that you're asked to present … on those very special occasions. Have you ever considered what's behind the paperwork? According to the Insurance Information Institute, there were nearly 6,000 insurance companies in 2016 in the United States. And by the year 2020, the industry will need to fill nearly 400,000 positions at all levels. That means one thing: it's an industry worth considering for transitioning veterans. With all those jobs available, it's a long-term, stable career that you can count on. But it's more than just a "job." Helen Dogias, executive talent search specialist at Progressive, said they're all-in on hiring veterans. "We'll value your unique talents and contributions as we work with you to achieve success. Progressive has found that the same qualities that help service members succeed in the military have helped them succeed (in the insurance industry)." GOT YOU COVERED Insurance employers help transitioning service members find careers in an industry that will need to fill 400,000 positions by 2020. BY DAN SWANSON

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