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Apr 8, 2020

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Elyssa Duncan
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Lindsay Hall
4 months ago
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Looking for work? #workfromhome All locations!!

Have your Life Insurance License? If not, that's ok too, we can help you get licensed quickly. I know a lot of people are looking for work right now. I have a great opportunity for people that want to take control of their own lives and their time.

Grow your business and your life by helping others to protect their wealth and create estates for their families using life insurance and fixed annuities.

Right now everyone should be thinking about protection and quite literally survival.

Today is the best time to invest in yourself and your own future. Don't put your family, yourself, or others at risk by having face-to-face meetings. Work with all of your clients online and over the phone always. Help people secure their futures and the welfare of their families.

-Work from home or wherever there is an internet connection (No driving, No commute, No traffic, No suits)

-Work with multiple large name companies

-Many ways to grow

-Don't want to "sell" all the time? Let someone else do that and you still get a hefty commission! (If you like to sell, even better, you can do that too.)

-Want to build a team of professionals that you manage? You can!

-Don't ever get laid off again! You are in total control of your future.

Commission based business, but you run your show! Very low overhead.

If you would like to learn more, just respond to this or reach out to me and I will be happy to help as many as I can.

#workfromhome #interview #hiringevents #jobsearch #insurance #sales #recruiting #marketing

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Jessica Tillery
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Interested

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Wren Owens
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I'd like to know more about this. Please contact me when you can? Thank you! :-)

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Mandy Evers
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Insurance Jobs

I have seen a lot of posts about insurance companies hiring and many are remote opportunities. Check out this 2 week online course that will get you certified in the state of your choice and set up up for success. #skillboost #workfromhome

https://www.nationalonlineinsuranceschool.com/

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John Huang
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Awesome resource thanks Mandy!

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Licia Avolicino
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How much?

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Allison Adolphe
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Liberty Mutual Insurance is hiring!

Are you an empathetic and innovative problem-solver? If so, you might be a great fit for our #claims team. Apply today! #careers #hiring https://jobs.libertymutualgroup.com/careers/css/claims/

#hiringevents #jobsearch #application #insurance #libertymutual #interview

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Barbara McClure
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Yes I am!

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Tula Grayson
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Go to a.hospital website and upload Your resume. That's what I'm going to do . I want a hospital job to.

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Meredith Fisher
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What I loved working at #MutualInsuranceCompanyofArizona

I was able to work from home, and the job was interesting. I learned something new every week.

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Beverly Wade
5 months ago
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Insurance anyone . . .

What I can suggest to seniors is that they look into becoming a Final Expense life insurance salesperson. If you are good at basic math, like people or care about people, this might be the perfect job for you. You could earn more money than you thought you would ever make. It is an easy job. Some agents even sell over the phone.

There is a license required from the Insurance Commissioner in your state. Because you are only selling Final Expense/Whole Life policies, some states are issuing licenses just by your paying a fee. If an exam is required, there is training at a low cost and many brokers are picking up the cost of the license and the training, if any.

As an Insurance Agent, you are an independent contractor, and thus in your own business. Unless the brokerage you affiliate yourself with is very strict, you work when you want to work. It's a very easy job. What you are doing is visiting people in their homes or calling them on the phone, explaining that you can provide them with the policy they are seeking and letting them know how much it will cost. Then you complete the application and you're done. Usually seniors like to talk. So, when you go to their homes, try to allow some time to sit and chat. Remember, you could be earning as much as $1,200 an hour, or more.

If you are not apprehensive about going to a stranger's door, outside insurance sales is a very good field to be in. If you don't mind calling over the phone, many companies are changing their policies to let agents simply call people. Don't try to rush seniors off the phone. It's a good way to lose customers.

There is the problem of getting leads. Leads can be very costly. Without leads, you may not have anyone to sell to. Try to get with a company that helps with lead costs.

If you get along well with others, are good at basic math, and have transportation, this is a good thing to transition to. If you don't have transportation, find a position that will allow you to sell over the phone.

There are other types of insurance jobs, especially health insurance, that provide leads, you can work in the company's office, have benefits and the whole nine yards. If you want one of those types of jobs, you will need a full license with an exam. That costs more than the license to sell final expense. Insurance is not going away and if that brokerage releases you from your contract, there are plenty more brokers that would like to have you.

After nearly 30 years in the business, I want to do something else. I'm looking to working online. But it's not so easy to understand the ends and outs of working online. I may go back to selling Life Insurance.

Look at some of the insurance jobs on Jobcase. There are people working in the insurance business at 95 years old. The only problem you might have is with call center jobs. But why work in a call center when you can set your own hours -- unless you think you must have a structured routine with bosses standing over you.

Beverly signing out

#ageism

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Mark Jorges
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My old Psychology was doing that before he decided to work for the VA.

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Tiara September
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The outbreak has been difficult for many. I kmow someone Working in a fast food chain u realize that people get run down and become sick. Insurance is not often times given so when they ask for a doc note but they dont have the money or the means to pay hundreds to get a note. With the virus they can ask that employees go home and come back when better but with no i surance no doc will want to see u. So what ? U lose ur job ? Even if u r better or well you cant return because u cannot afford to get a note. Even if u had just a reg virus .and u then have to rush to an er for a note where u will most likey be exposed to all kinds of things including the corona virus ...a new system needs to be put in place for those that cannot afford insurance.

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Ricki Lewis
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Local clinics works on sliding fee scale so if you make around $12 hr you would pay maybe $10-$20 depending. Trust me its the truth.

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Ricki Lewis
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This president is so stubborn why would he blame the previous president i mean he been in office how long ?? He just keep making himself look bad and he does not seem to care.

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Lindsay Hall
3 months ago
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Protect Your Family, Mortgage, Retirement

If anyone out there would like to walk through a free Financial Needs Analysis to gauge how well protected you are right now, please message me directly and let me know how best to reach you. I will be happy to connect to help you however I can. #insurance #annuities #retirement

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Lindsay Hall
3 months ago
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Looking for Self Starters, Work From Home, No Zoom

Life Insurance and Fixed Annuities Professionals: Be a Part of the Financial Services Industry without having to be the Financial Professional. Grow your business and your life by helping others to protect their wealth and create estates for their families. Right now everyone should be thinking about protection and quite literally survival. Today is the best time to invest in yourself and your own future. Don't put your family, yourself, or others at risk by having face-to-face meetings. Work with all of your clients online and over the phone always, No Zoom required. Help people secure their futures and the welfare of their families. • Work from home or wherever there is an internet connection (No driving, No commute, No traffic, No suits, today and always...Virtual) • Stop being a "captive" agent....work with numerous large name carriers to find the best solutions for your clients • Multiple ways to grow • Tired of being the financial professional and having to "sell" or "close" all the time? Let someone else do that and you still get a hefty commission! (You can still sell if you want, there are a number of ways to earn in our structure.) • Want to build a team of professionals that you manage? You can! • Don't ever get laid off again! You are in total control of your future. • Residuals, Overrides, and Bonuses.....Opportunity Wide Open • Do business and build teams in every state in the United States Key skills: • Sales background, all types welcome, currently Life Insurance licensed preferred • Training and Development • Management • Recruiting • Social Media • Networking • Leadership This is a commission-based business, but you run your show! Very low overhead. If you are not licensed we can help you get there quickly! If you are looking for a way to own your time and your life, message me here on jobcase today and I will reach out to you personally to see if we are a good fit.

#workfromhome #jobsearch #interview #insurance

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Ashley Wilson
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Hi Lindsay is there a site to apply? Do you have a professional email address you can share?

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Lindsay Hall
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Hi Ashley, Feel free to email me at: lindsayhallagency@gmail.com

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