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Distance education can make it possible to take an insurance-related course, get industry certification, advance your career, or start working in a new field. (Photo: Shutterstock) Distance education can make it possible to take an insurance-related course, get industry certification, advance your career, or start working in a new field. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Online education has become the norm for millions of students during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While virtual learning platforms have grown in popularity for many years, the COVID-19 crisis has accelerated their acceptance and adoption like never before.

The shift from in-person to virtual learning environments is likely to persist even after it’s no longer necessary for the sake of avoiding the virus and staying healthy. Therefore, it’s critical to consider how the online education trend may affect the property & casualty insurance industry.

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