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66% of Insurers Plan Increased Hiring Over Next Year: Study

More than 66 percent of insurance companies intend to increase staff during the next 12 months, according to a new midyear labor study. That rate is the highest in the history of the study, The U.S. Insurance Labor Outlook Study, …

Insurance Execs’ Midlife Crisis Cure: Four AIG, ACE Veterans Join Startup P2P Insurer Lemonade

An instech startup looking to disrupt the property/casualty insurance industry with a new business model has turned to four seasoned insurance executives from traditional carriers AIG and ACE Insurance to round out its executive team. Lemonade, the peer-to-peer (P2P) insurance …

Health Insurance Contractor to Add 477 Jobs in Lawton, Oklahoma

A federal contractor said it will hire nearly 500 people in Lawton, Okla., to help support the new health insurance exchanges created under the federal health care law. Serco North America announced that it will lease a 55,000-square-foot building in …

Survey: Most Insurers Expect to Increase Revenues, Add Jobs in Next 12 Months

A new survey from insurance recruiting firm The Jacobson Group and consulting firm Ward Group shows the majority of property/casualty insurers are expecting to hire more staff over the next 12 months. The mid-year insurance labor market survey asked insurance …

Insurance Industry Poised to Add Jobs Over Next Year: Survey

Insurance industry hiring appears to be steady with 54.5 percent of companies saying they intend to increase staff and 77.4 percent expect to grow revenue. If the industry follows through on its plans, there will be a one percent increase …