Businesses Must Act To Students Back On Track

The U.S. Labor Department estimates that by the end of this decade, our nation will face a shortage of 12 million qualified workers for the faster-growing segments of the job market. And while the insurance industry may not need as many workers as some segments, it’s abundantly clear we’ll be competing strenuously for the best talent.

Demand for insurance will continue to climb. The demand will be spurred by, among other things, an aging population interested in health care coverage and by uncertainty in our civil justice system that carries the potential of large liability awards.

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