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anyone know about insurance adjusting--anyone in the business--I would rather not hear sob stories?

i need to learn about the business before I invest time and money,,have been in Residential construction over 30 years,,tired of the business but need to work,,grandma has too big a list to stay at home i sleep with grandma, have for 35 years,she is my first wife,,,also my last,,,,,her list is things that i need to do at home for free,,trash,grass,paint,mini blinds,,, i gotta get a job so i can rest some

Asked By: daorangejello - 8/12/2007
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If you are looking at adjusting for a career your answer will depend on what type of adjusting you would be doing.......independent adjuster or a company adjusting. There are a lot of similarities but also some major differences... More
Answered By: fightingsaints - 8/12/2007
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In what respcet? Need more details please.
Answered By: P J - 8/12/2007
 
If you get into the insurance business, you'll hear plenty of sob stories. It's just part of the business.
Answered By: M G - 8/12/2007
 
Well, I don't get the grandma part, but your BEST bet is to talk to your insurance agent. Heck, construction insurance premiums for 30 years EARN you a few hours of chatting about getting into the industry... More
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Answered By: mbrcatz17 - 8/12/2007
 
fightingsaints has your best answer here. I've also been an independent and a staff adjuster. I personally like the benefits and stability of a staff position better. If you want to work for one of the major companies in a staff role, you'll likely need a college degree, but some will consider experience. If you go... More
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Answered By: Shane W - 8/12/2007
 
fighting saints is right on for the most part. im a staff adjuster and enjoy the freedom of getting paid to travel all over the country with no expenses. benefits are great too. no...you never work over 40 hours. you make your own schedule. since you have construction experience it should make the transition easier. i... More
Answered By: barryfl - 8/12/2007
 
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