It may take years to acquire the training, skills and expertise required to become a top risk manager, based on the data (below) included in this third and final online installment of the 2019 Risk Management Compensation Survey, which was conducted by Readex for National Underwriter Property & Casualty magazine.

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The graphic below reveals how today's risk managers are likely to be as advanced in years as they are in their careers, which may also be a reflection of the talent gap happening throughout the insurance industry.

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