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CV by Job type: Insurance CV

If you’re considering a career in the insurance business or an experienced agent looking to a transition into a new company, there’s a bit of good news for you. Many major insurance companies are also recruiting and looking for new talent to help them with their goals.

Regardless of whether you’re an established agent or an aspiring one, you’ll need a resume sample that speaks to the company’s needs. Just follow these resume writing tips to ensure that resume of yours is pure gold!

Spell out your career objective. Candidates who specify by including a title on top of their resume are more likely to get their CV noticed.

Think of numbers when it comes to writing your resume, whether it’s in dollar amounts, percentage, sales ranking or some other figure. Giving the recruiter solid numbers will surely get them excited to invite you in for an interview.
If you have sales experiences make sure to include the revenue you generated in the company. If you exceeded your quota, use a percentage to show how far above target you were.

An insurance agent candidate who understands that the resume is a marketing document will be more successful than one who simply views it as a career chronology.