There’s a very good chance, some of the work you’re doing is absolutely useless and nobody actually ever looks at it!
Recent college grads, especially RMI majors, tend to worry too much about choosing the right first job, the reality is it’s more like signing a lease, not getting married.
I’ve been getting a lot of calls at ChatWithTony.com asking about entry level jobs selling life insurance with promises of a TON of money. Generally they’re concerned it’s a scam or a pyramid scheme. It’s not. But it is a TOUGH job.
Negotiating your salary is crucial and you don’t do it often, so you don’t have a chance to get good at it! On the other hand the HR rep or hiring manager does it a lot more often. Here’s what you need to know!
March and April are traditionally the busiest months in the insurance hiring calendar. Last year it didn’t happen because of Covid, so we’re expecting a double busy season and that means you’re twice as likely to lose an important team member! How can you prepare?