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The inaugural Insurance Careers Month will take place in February.
Insurers, trade associations and industry partners participating in the effort announced in November include Hamilton, Bermuda-based Hamilton Insurance Group Ltd.; Malvern, Pennsylvania-based MyPath; Denver-based insurance analytics firm Valen Analytics; the Chicago-based insurance recruiter The Jacobson Group; Alexandria, Virginia-based educational trust InVEST; and the Chicago-based Property Casualty Insurers Association of America.
“Insurance Careers Month is the kickoff of a cross-industry, multiphased initiative designed to raise awareness of the dynamic career opportunities in the risk management and insurance profession and to recruit the next generation of industry leaders,” the groups said in a statement. It is the first part of a larger campaign promoting insurance as “the career trifecta,” which “encapsulates the three key attributes of a job in insurance: it's stable, it's rewarding and it's limitless,” the groups said.
“Our industry is at a critical juncture, with new risks fueled by rapidly evolving technology,” Hamilton Insurance CEO Brian Duperreault said in the statement. “It's an exciting time to work in companies that help keep individuals, families, communities and governments safe.”
Companies and organizations interested in participating in Insurance Careers Month are encouraged to amplify the message that the industry has solid opportunities to offer the next generation talent, according to the initiative.
The Risk & Insurance Management Society Inc.'s Central Ohio Chapter wanted to do something to make a lasting impression on the sector and believed a scholarship would be perfect.