A Changing Workforce
There’s never been a better time to consider a career in insurance. The insurance industry is growing, but the current workforce is also aging, opening positions for the next generation of professionals.
Even with a steady stream of college graduates with insurance-related degrees, the influx of fresh talent isn’t enough to meet growing industry demand. This talent gap creates an opportunity for those considering a career change, as well as veterans pursuing a business career.
More than half of insurance professionals are projected to retire by 2025, creating ample opportunities for entry and career advancement!
The State of Insurance in Ohio
Ohio is home to many of the leading insurance companies in the world. In fact, the Ohio-based insurance industry will need to fill approximately 29,000 jobs between 2016 and 2024, according to a 2016 study conducted by Columbus State Community College’s Center for Workforce Development.
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There are multiple career paths to a rewarding future in insurance. You may already qualify for one of the hundreds of job openings in the insurance industry!
Examples of professions that translate to insurance:
- If you have experience working as a mechanic, carpenter, or in construction, then you may already possess the skills needed to be an auto or property claims adjuster.
- Teachers and trainers have experience that can qualify them for a position in human resources or training departments.
- Up-to-date knowledge of computers, programming, or website development is needed for a variety of positions within IT.
Use your personal interests and skills to help guide you to a career that matches your goals and charts your course for a bright future. Take the Insurance Career Survey now!