How relevant is the traditional Life insurance agent?

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8 May 2014


  • I'm 28 years old and I've worked in the insurance industry for over half a decade, and because I'm in the marketing field I've learned that life insurance agents are a godsend for folks like myself who don't really understand the ins and outs of insurance. The problem, though, is that Millennials like myself don't generally speak to an insurance agent before they buy a policy: They simply shop online, sign up for a policy and that's it, never speaking to any professional to determine if their coverage is adequate, if they're getting a good deal, etc. I've seen this across all forms of insurance--auto, home, health, life, renters--and it's especially problematic because insurance is one of those products you buy but hope you never, ever have to use, like a fire extinguisher.

  • Agents are the backbone of insurance companies, as they are the one who contact people and convince them to apply for various life insurance plans. Changes are always good if these agents improve themselves it will be good for their own growth and the company as well.

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