Luckily, insurance provides a variety of opportunities for veterans to utilize developed skills and fulfill your professional needs in a meaningful way.
Internships offer students and recent graduates an opportunity to gain real world experience and exposure to a potential future career. Depending on the structure of the program and company culture, an internship program can help you either reaffirm your career selection, or recognize that it’s time to consider another path.
By now, everyone is familiar with the aging workforce of Baby Boomers in America—a group of valued employees, who will reach retirement and leave behind empty seats and roles to be filled.
In preparation for this mass exodus, a company’s ability to find, attract and retain top talent will be critical to its success, as well as that of the industry at large. Talented professionals are growing and ready for powerful careers, but do they know all that insurance has to offer?
This Thursday, April 24 is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. Will your son or daughter follow you into the insurance profession? As this year’s theme states, plant a seed with promise for the future, and they just might.
Are you aware of the career opportunities available in the insurance industry? There’s a talent gap that needs filled and Insuring Ohio Futures is spreading the news.