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I would like to be an insurance adjuster, not a salesman, I am 36 yrs. old not sure where to start.?

I need to take some direction in my life, have done nothing up till now but just get by. (exist) I don't have much, just your basic education, a used car, and an apt. I can't afford. Where do I start? Anyone need a protege?

Asked By: toobig4thegig - 9/5/2007
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I think it's harder to break into adjusting than sales... More
Answered By: mbrcatz17 - 9/6/2007
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hai i would like to suggest you to become an insurance agent and recruit a group of people who can work under you. you can also recruit people who are parttime job seekers. So that you need not do much of hard work. A little investment will be there initally, but you can recover in future those expences as you... More
Answered By: chitti - 9/6/2007
 
Hi, I found this article "The Job Of A Public Insurance Adjuster In Florida. Fighting For A Policyholder's Property Insurance Claim." I hope this article tell you what to expect to be insurance adjuster.
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Answered By: SeePU - 9/6/2007
 
It's not the easiest profession to get into. Some companies will hire people with no experience for entry level claim adjuster jobs... More
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Answered By: fightingsaints - 9/6/2007
 
I would suggest staying away from adjusting unless you have thick skin. Depending on the type of claims you are adjusting (work comp, general liability, auto, property) there can be some really heavy issues. You might have to tell somebody in your shoes that "sorry your car is not covered" or "your car is worth this... More
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Answered By: drivelikejoewho - 9/6/2007
 
I think that you have several handicaps in looking to become an adjuster. If by "basic education" you mean just high school, most insurers look for college grads for adjusters' jobs. A lot of insurers do hire trainees, but these are usually recent college grads; if you haven't done any types of work that would give... More
Answered By: jcdevildog - 9/7/2007
 
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