What's Your Story? Resume Writing Tips for Insurance Professionals

What's Your Story?
The most common question is, "What Am I Supposed to Write?" Our team's most common response is, "Tell Your Story."  A resume highlights your skills and clearly states your career interests. It's a narrative that describes:

  • Who you are as a professional
  • What you've accomplished
  • Where you want to be moving forward
  • How you can successfully impact an organization
On average, employers take only six seconds to scan a resume. The need to concisely communicate your skills and experience makes the difference between landing an interviewing or landing in the trash.  
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Insurance Agencies Embrace Contract Employees

   And Other Crazy Concepts Like Buying Shampoo on Amazon

 

A January 2018 NPR/Marist poll found 1 in 5 jobs in America are held by contractor. I’d really love to see the stats on whether this is true for the insurance industry.  Carriers have embraced contractors for years in IT, claims and underwriting.  Agencies….not so much.  Why, you ask?  Avoidance is based on fear, lack of understanding and worry it will adversely affect retention (employee and client).

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