5 Perks of Selling Insurance

Business Development, Field Marketing Organization, Sales June 15, 2016 0
5 Perks of Selling Insurance | Senior Market Advisors

5 Perks of Selling Insurance

Many people don’t see the appeal of selling insurance, but that’s because they don’t understand the perks.

Our Top 5: 

  1. Flexible Schedule – There are not many jobs that provide the luxury of setting your own schedule. As an agent, you can decide what your availability will be. If you have a doctor’s appointment, or if your child has a Little League game, you can schedule your work around it.
  2. Helping Others – When you sell insurance, you have the opportunity to help others every day. When you knock on their door, you have the potential to have a positive impact on your client’s day-to-day life.
  3. There Will Always Be Insurance – No matter what shape the economy is in, everyone will still need insurance. Insurance is one of the only markets where the consumer can be penalized for not having the product.
  4. The Longer You Sell the More You Will Make – Unlike other sales positions, when you sell a policy, you will continue to receive commission from it as long as the customer continues to renew their policy.
  5. No Degree Required – If your goal is to sell insurance, then you will not have to worry about earning a diploma. As long as you have the right people and communication skills, you have the potential to be a successful salesperson.

If you choose this career path, you have the potential to make up to a six-figure income every year. Selling insurance can be difficult, but it definitely has its perks. If you are interested in selling insurance, please contact Senior Market Advisors at 1-844-452-5020 or visit our home page for more information.

Anastasia Iliou
Anastasia Iliou
Senior Content Manager at Senior Market Advisors
Anastasia graduated from Belmont University with a Bachelor's degree in Songwriting. When she's not writing, she's on a mission to visit all 50 states in the U.S (and to date has reached 36). Anastasia loves writing music, hiking, and playing with her pets (hedgehog, cat, and dog). She loves animals (but not so much bugs) and spends her free time volunteering for The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennesee.