“Talent, especially in skilled ‘judgment’ underwriting that’s not as reliant on automated underwriting tools, will be in high demand as more business moves to the excess/surplus lines sector,” says Nancy Germond, executive director of Risk Management and Education at the Big I®. (Credit: ink drop/Adobe Stock) “Talent, especially in skilled ‘judgment’ underwriting that’s not as reliant on automated underwriting tools, will be in high demand as more business moves to the excess/surplus lines sector,” says Nancy Germond, executive director of Risk Management and Education at the Big I®. (Credit: ink drop/Adobe Stock)

The insurance industry is in for a drastic change by 2028, with 50% of the workforce projected to enter retirement. That means millennials, Gen Z and those looking to change careers have a unique opportunity to join the insurance industry in 2024. Some of these jobs are more challenging to fill than others, but the outlook for insurance-industry employment looks good as 2023 winds down.


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