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Being a professional catastrophe adjuster is not like most jobs in our society today. Those in this occupation typically face the prospect of working three to six months out the year, with the remaining months open to their discretion. This type of lifestyle can cause dramatic pressures on five core health areas: mental, physical, emotional, financial, and spiritual. Each of these areas is interconnected with one another as well as being interdependent. By taking note and addressing issues in each of these five areas, catastrophe adjusters can, themselves, stay adjusted.

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