October Insurance Industry Observations

The Chicago Cubs may have fallen short of breaking their streak and making it to the World Series, but the hiring hot streak continues here with a huge number of openings in several key areas. Employers are trying to fill positions now before the holidays set in, so it’s an ideal time to think about making your move.


Underwriting is still a booming area for job seekers. In fact, we have over 40 openings right now in everything from the executive space to lower-level positions. The positions are all across the country, from Chicago to New York and Los Angeles and even a few in Hawaii!  They span every area of underwriting from construction to commercial and compensation, so whatever aspect of underwriting interests you we have opportunities available.


The Broker/Agency openings have also seen a significant increase nationwide. Right now we have over 50 positions to fill! They include executive, management and director-level openings that could serve as the perfect career move for a high-level professional in need of a change. East coast, West coast and Midwest firms are all in need of employees, so make sure to check out our wide range of opportunities available.


The Sales and Marketing sectors are looking for top-level talent in sales management and production nationwide. Customer Service has openings on both the assistant and management levels, so no matter what phase of your career you’re in, there are jobs out there to fit your profile.


Those aren’t the only openings either, we have positions in Executive/Administration, Loss Control and Risk Management, Operations, Analytical, Claims and Actuarial just to name a few. Not sure if you’re ready for a change? Check out our latest blog post on knowing when to change careers to see if you’ve reached the top of your corporate ladder. If you want to make a move, we’re always here to help.

All the Best,

Mike McDonough & the GSR Team

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