One last look at the industry for 2016

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You are going to find that the world of Adjusting is a blend of help & service to those negatively impacted by an adverse event. For most adjusters, this aspect alone brings a rewarding perk that more than compensates for all their hard work which is usually in unfavorable conditions. The money pays your bills and keeps you going!

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The world is changing at break-neck speed. Technology has created so many new industries with countless jobs, while at the same time eliminating obsolete endeavors. In the last 20 or so years, the Adjuster industry has gone through all kinds of changes. Technology has transformed the insurance landscape in profound ways. Some are welcomed, and others, not so much. I contend that a significant draw of the Adjusting profession has been it’s unpredictable nature and challenging ‘wild west’ attributes.

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A lot of the erratic work is being smoothed out. Much of what use to define an Adjuster is going away. As with any business, profit dictates the direction and in this industry, carriers are doing everything that can be done to minimize expense. The field adjuster is one of the largest expenses. So the technology that makes it easier also make the adjuster position, in it’s current configuration, less necessary.

Although efforts will never cease, the position of Field Adjuster can never be eliminated. The great unknown is what the future will look like? We must keep in mind that the future will never become a ‘constant,’ it will continue to evolve, and what the industry is 3 to 5 years from now will be vastly different a few years from then.

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Should you wait to see how it all shakes out? Or do you take advantage of a profession that offers an ease of entry unlike any other? No degree required. No capital investment.  Just a couple courses, a few tools, some practice and you are an Insurance Adjuster. Will you be operating behind a computer monitor or in the field, or some of both, who knows. One thing in life is usually constant… there are always going to be those that miss out and those that got in too late!

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Make 2017 YOUR year!

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To get started as an Insurance Adjuster, you need either the “All Lines” or “Property & Casualty” license.

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