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Survey Finds Insurance Carriers Plan Increased Hiring for 2015

Firm’s findings reflect highest rate of companies set to hire since 2009.

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About two-thirds of insurance carriers expect to hire more employees this year, according to the semi-annual U.S. Insurance Labor Outlook Study conducted by the Jacobson Group and Ward Group.

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Sixty-six percent of all insurance companies intend to increase staffing in 2015, which the firm, according to the Insurance Journal, says is the highest rate since the survey began in 2009.

The study sets out to look for trends in both property/casualty and life companies. According to the Insurance Journal, the study found that 67 percent of property/casualty insurers plan to add employees this year, with 74 percent of commercial P/C companies expecting to increase staff.

To read more on this story, visit insurancejournal.com.

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