Workers expect their defined contribution plans to play a greater role in their retirement income than annuities.
Allstate Insurance Company plans to add additional local agency owners in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska and Hawaii in 2014, expanding its recruiting campaign to find 51 new exclusive agents and 13 financial specialists and anticipates agents will be looking to find 102 sales producers.
"Allstate is committed to growing in the Northwest," said Brian Smith, Allstate's Northwest Region Strategic Deployment Leader. "We are looking for candidates who have an entrepreneurial spirit, driven personality, a heart for the community and a desire to be a small business owner."
According to a release from the Company, the agency opportunity is unique among insurers because its agents own an economic interest in their business. "It takes roughly six months from initial interest to opening an agency's doors," says Smith. "Most people spend the same amount of time looking for a full time job."
As the owner of their small business, these entrepreneurs will be in charge of hiring licensed sales and customer service staff as part of building their business plan to serve the communities where they live and work. And it is anticipated that the 51 new agents each will be looking to hire two to three additional staff members, creating more jobs in their local area.
Interested candidates can learn more about becoming an Allstate agency owner by logging on to allstateagent.com, calling (877) 711- 1006 or check out the Northwest Agency Opportunity Video. In addition, interested parties can send questions or potential leads by tweeting @AllstateNW.
The Allstate Corp. is a publicly held personal lines insurer.
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