From our home to the passage of cars, Permel, our personal stuff, our holidays, our family, our health, as well as our old age, and our financial investment. Insurance routinely supports us in the smallest aspects of our lives. .. So many protections that make this sector of activity an important pillar of our society. So why not join the sector staff and add stones to your building? Here are four arguments that can convince you …
Because we put ourselves in the service of others.
Insurance essentially serves others. Overall, this sector aims to protect individuals and businesses from life fluctuations, but it also aims to support them in projects. According to industry data, due to this significant protection, contributions of approximately € 187 billion were redistributed to policyholders in 2020.
As 90% of insurers are SMEs established nationwide, there is a need for support and prevention, as well as a commitment to customer relationship proximity.
Because the sector offers a variety of professions
This sector offers a myriad of professional opportunities for all profiles. In fact, more than 140 professionals are gathered in four areas of expertise: insurance companies, brokerage firms, support companies and non-life insurance agents. For example, an account manager who advises, negotiates, and concludes a contract sale, a lawyer who meets the needs of the company, and even a damages expert who directly intervenes in quantifying compensation in the event of a claim.
In the area of insurance brokerage, account managers need to manage their client portfolio, but supporters employ facilitators, supervisors, technicians, as well as nurses and other healthcare regulators.
Because that profession is available to everyone.
The diversity of the insurance industry is clearly closely linked to multiple training courses. Customer relationship-focused positions can be accessed from bac + 2, for example, using BTS insurance, operational and commercial management (BTS MCO), or customer relationship negotiation and digitization (BTS NDRC). However, a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing Techniques, Legal Career, or Business Administration (BUT) has been pursued for over three years, allowing students to apply for a wider range of professions.
In addition, various licenses and professional masters are committed to acquiring true expertise in their chosen field (economics, commerce, law, banking, etc.). Very popular employment training has also been very successful in this area, promoting faster employability for young graduates.
Because the sector is (really) dynamic
Insurance does not know the crisis! Despite the pandemic, the sector is more important than ever, with more than 16,000 people in 2019, according to an evolutionary observatory of insurance professionals focused on employment within members of the French Insurance Federation. In 2020, we hired nearly 15,000 people.
Therefore, we know that there are more than 149,000 workers in the post, 60% of whom are women and 50% of the hired workers are under the age of 30. Adding actors from the French Reciprocity and Technical Center of the Provident Agency will also increase the total workforce to about 255,000.