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Everything About U.S. Insurance Agents

By Ronny Mosinard

Is becoming a U.S. insurance agent your life long dream? If it is then you have arrived at the perfect place. Because in here you will be able to make that dream comet true.

First you should get a college degree from a reliable institution. Most insurance companies today prefer people who have a college degree from a university or college. And, while non-grads are still accepted, it’s vital to remember that people who have degrees get to be considered more than those without them.

This is probably the reason why there are already many universities and colleges that are starting to offer insurance and related courses to their repertoires; some even offer a bachelor’s program in insurance.

Well, aside from having a degree, you should also make sure that you are adept with the computer. You need not be experts but familiarity with computers and various types of software is an advantage that most insurance companies look for for they are also trying to keep up with the technological changes in the industry.

Other than that, you’d have to take and pass an examination that will give you a license for selling insurance. In the exam are questions about the basics in insurance and state insurance laws. You would really have to study for this examination since almost all companies require one to have a license in order for them to be fit for the company.

These are the things you need in order to achieve your dream of becoming an insurance agent. However, you must keep in mind a few important things that you will encounter and experience when you are already an insurance agent.

First, you will most likely be expected to market to your friends and family which can create the possibility of conflicts and disagreements between you and them.

Next, you should do some background check on the company you are applying on. The typical trend here is that insurance companies that have less than an “A” rating, as well as those that sell insurance using multilevel marketing, have a more incidence of complaints than the larger, more stable insurance companies.

Making your U.S. insurance agent dreams come true would require you to get a license and some education. Get more information on ways to be a U.S. insurance agents here.

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Mosinard, Ronny "Everything About U.S. Insurance Agents." Everything About U.S. Insurance Agents. 18 Oct. 2012. uberarticles.com. 11 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/business/everything-about-u-s-insurance-agents/>.

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