Job Title
Entry Level Insurance Agent
Date Posted
Job Description

Do you enjoy meeting new people? Do you enjoy networking? Do you enjoy having the freedom to set your own work hours? Selling Insurance is a career that is rewarding, stress free and exciting. Yes, it is possible to earn $ 50,000 to $ 60,000 yearly as an Entry-Level Insurance Agent. No experience is required, attend a free seminar and learn how you can become a Licensed Insurance Agent. 

Enjoy a career in a secure, recession-proof industry, working with one of the most stable and financially sound companies there is! The insurance industry is a stable career field because everyone needs Life, Health, Property and Auto Insurance. This is your chance to earn money immediately. Apply Now.

This is a fantastic opportunity to Be Your Own. Boss. As an Insurance Agent you’ll be in business for yourself, but not by yourself, our client are Farmers Allstate, Aflac, Colonial Life and First Financial Insurance they will provide you with training and financial support. You will learn sales, marketing and customer service strategies as well as their list of products and services – ensuring your success in every facet of your business.

No experiences require, earn $ 50,000 to 60,000 in your first year.

Target Areas: Livonia, Southfield, Detroit, Troy, Auburn Hills, Pontiac, Waterford, Warren, Utica, Romeo, Ann Arbor, Harper Woods, Roseville, Northville, Brighton, Taylor, Wyandotte, Howell, Madison Heights, Oak Park and many other areas.

As an Agent, you will solicit new prospects, sell our products and services, and assist existing clients as necessary. You will also network within your community – attending networking events, sales conferences, and trade shows to market your business and target your preferred audience.

Additional responsibilities of the Insurance Sales Agent include:

  •     Providing excellent customer service to policyholders
  •     Educating customers on their plan options
  •     Creating your own daily schedule
  •     Obtaining pertinent licenses and keeping them current
  •     Staying abreast of evolving industry and product changes
  •     Making staff hiring and firing decisions