Originally Posted by Ceoarob
At first, I got my Life/Health Licenses, then I got Property/Casulty (home and auto), then I got my Adjuster's Licenses.
The first 2 made me a little bit of money. I actually ended up making the most money with Adjuster's.
Basically, the more natural disasters that there are in the world, the more adjuster's will be needed.
Insurance companies pay EXTREMELY well for adjuster's who are good with computers, who know (or are able to pick up on) construction well, and who can just get ♥♥♥♥ done.
I'm pretty sure I was the youngest active adjuster in the nation, but I made a ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ of money, so it worked out nice for me.
Now I just party every night and have fun timez in the moonlight
Thanks for the response, but one other question... would you say that that is a job whose pay depends a lot on location? Or do you think it would be just as good anywhere else in the states? For some reason I'm guessing insurance works on commission but maybe I just don't have much of an idea of the profession ha