Insurance Observations for May

Insurance Observations for May

By: Mike McDonough


Hiring season is heating up across the country


Memorial Day has passed, and for most of us that signals the unofficial beginning of summer. As the

season sets in, we’re seeing a significant increase in Broker/Agency jobs across Texas and in the east

throughout New York and New Jersey. There are positions across the board, from the associate to the

director level, so whether you’re just starting out, or looking at an executive position, there are openings

to fit your career.


If you’re looking for a career in Claims, we’re seeing a multitude of opportunities on every coast, from

California, to Texas and Florida, and along the east coast from New Jersey up to Maryland. Most of these

positions are recently posted, so make sure to take a look.


We have new positions in Sales and Marketing along the east and west coasts and throughout the

Midwest. Demand for these positions continues to be high, so if you are looking for a career change,

now could be the perfect time. Loss Control and Risk Management jobs are popping up all around the

country, so no matter your location, we have openings that could fit your needs.


Once again our biggest area of opportunity is in Underwriting. This month we are seeing a high number

of open positions across the east coast and throughout the Midwest. There is demand at every level, so

if you are looking for a new challenge or even a career shift, there has never been a better time to

transition into the field of underwriting.


At General Search and Recruitment, we have openings from entry level to executive talent. Want to

know what employers are looking for from each generation of employee? Read our latest article about

the strengths and weaknesses of each generation in the workforce. For employers, this is a great way to

pinpoint specific traits to look for in hiring. For candidates, this will show you what potential employers

are looking for and help you highlight your strengths during the interview process.


All the Best,

Mike McDonough and the GSR Team



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