How would I go about becoming an auto damage appraiser considering that no college is required? SHOULD I take some college classes or what exactly should I do?
If you are not at fault in an accident, what will your insurance company do in order to get your car fixed? How much help will they give you, or are we supposed to settle everything, make the calls etc. with the other carriers insurance. I was hit from behind while I was stopped at a yield sign. The other drivers fault ( a no-brainer). Yet I am getting different information from my agent, the other drivers agent, and even the auto-repair shop !!! Any feedback will help greatly.
My husband is currently interviewing with Progressive. We are trying to figure out what training pay is for adjusters( since it lasts 12 weeks) and what starting pay is. Also wondering if any adjusters out there can tell us if they like their job there. He currently works at Enterprise with super high stress, making barely any money and working over 50 hours a week, no overtime. Any comments?
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
I live in Georgia, and wanting some details on becoming an auto insurance claims adjuster, I currently work for an towing company have some experience in vehicles.
also, how much money do they make?
I am about 30yrs old and was interested in becoming an insurance adjuster; as I have been dabbling in auto insurance for the past 10+ years. I currenly reside in western Massachusetts and would like to know of any training programs? Licensing. I understand somewhat how to go about obtaining it but how do I receive the proper training? Also what are the costs? Many thanks
I am considering switching my major to Art. I'm not sure what kind of job i could get with it though. Is there anyone who has a degree in art or knows someone who does? Any ideas of what i could do?
I live in ct and the state doesn't require school, so I'm going to take the test. I just wanted to know what they make starting and seasoned. Thank you.
I'm in high school, currently battling a dilemma between taking science courses to become a pediatrician which will pay well but I don't think I'll enjoy the routine work or take a few art courses, only I don't exactly know what jobs can come from that. Some ideas could be commercial artist or even something to do with film because I like making short movies.
Can anyone give me any outlook if I went with art, what degrees I would need and where I would go? Salary and job descriptions included? Thanks!
Just wondering, what are some jobs in Agriculture that aren't farming?
I was hit and injured while I had the right of way on a road by an underinsured driver. We are both insured by the same company. My motorcycle suffered damages assessed by my authorized Honda mechanic to cost $10,900 to repair. However the repair estimate the insurance company states is $11,700.00 and declared my cycle a total loss and initially offered me $9000.00 to settle, using "AutoSource" as their source to determine the cycle's valuation. I provided the insurance company with a list of aftermarket parts totaling $8400.00+ that I had either had installed on the Wing, used in the course of its operation. They accepted receipt of the list but later ignored it, later offering $12,700.00. They claim their reason for not agreeing to have the cycle repaired is that regardless of the Honda mechanic's assessment, additional damage and expense "might" be noted.
How can I fight the insurance company and get compensatory damages from them?
Do you have to have a college degree or can you start out as an entry level adjuster?
I have been a real estate agent for the past year but have had no sales. I have a full time job and i am usually tired and don't want to deal with people after work eight to ten hours. Is there a way that i can drum up business while only doing it part time? Any suggestions?
does anyone know the first steps into becomming a Insurance Loss Adjuster? Can you get trained on the job? Do you half to go to college/uni? Can you do a home learning course to give the qualifications to become employed in this field? Don't know were to start :(
I am very interested in becoming a real estate agent and/or appraiser. What is the best way to go about doing this? I am already a licensed insurance agent, and am looking to try something new. I don't know if I should try to get a jod and a real estate company prior to being licensed and they help me get licensed or if I have to be licensed prior. Please help. Thank you.
I want to go to school to become a large animal veterinarian but incase it doesn't work out my mom wants me to have a back up plan. I want to stay in the agriculture field and still be able to work with animals but I don't know what other jobs are available. I want to work with the horses, cows, pigs, chicken, and all the farm animals if possible. If I cant make it into vet school, I may consider becoming an agriculture teacher but it doesn't pay well. If anyone knows of other job options please let me know! thanks!
What kinds of companies do many get a job at?
and what kind of job?
what do they do?
I'm a sophomore at Morehouse College in Atlanta, and I'm considering a career in real estate while in college to help cover tuition and living expenses. I have scheduled all my classes before noon and am ready to sign up for the real estate course. I need to know if this decision is practical and what it takes to be successful in this field that isn't listed in the books. Thanks.
I want 2 get a degree in business and finance so i wanted to know what jobs go with this degree
Is there something specific that you have to study? or a license you need to get?