Everise is hiring full-time work-from-home agents right now.
The company has 1200 new Health Insurance Agents opportunities in 35 states that support leading US healthcare insurers.
The positions are full time and employees will use Everise's proprietary and secure desktop platform to build their careers working at home.
"For the right candidates, if they do not already possess a license to sell healthcare insurance, Everise will sponsor their training and licensing. We simply want people to join us who are great at delivering customer service." - Dave Palmer, Everise President
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I've been looking for a job for like 3 months now and nothing I've applied in nj because that s where I live and nothing I've applied to ny ct and ma as well because I haven't found anything in nj ..... so I got a job offer thru an agency with liberty mutual in massachusetts the pay is gonna be 14.50 trying to debate weather to take it or not because I've been apartment hunting and everything is expensive I start in april what should I do ?
Not so much stressful as frustrated, there was zero room for advancement, or pay increases for that matter. After 6 years at the "Cohen-Cohen" agency, on was making $1.10 more than when I started. Not good for employee retention. The staff, unbeknownst to the "Cohen-Cohen" owners were ALWAYS looking for another, better, job.
How does one find permanent employment these days that isn’t call center based?
I graduated college in the mid 90s with two useless bachelors degrees and immediately began office jobs. I then moved into insurance claims which I made good money doing. Unfortunately I became horrifically ill, had to go on long term medical leave and eventually lost my job.
After almost 2 years out of work, I found a temp job doing outbound calls for a call center and quickly moved up the ranks to team leader. Then they moved to another part of the country and I was unable to relocate.
This was 5 years ago and I have been unable to find permanent non-call center work since. I hate working in call centers where my every move is micromanaged like I’m a toddler and I went from being salaried at $50K a year to making $13 an hour with no benefits and can’t seem to break this cycle.
How does one find permanent, non call center work in 2019?
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Im debating on buying a tractor trailer and working with a company as an owner op. Or just get another CDL A driving job. I weighed out the pros and cons. Working for myself ill make about 10k to 20k more than working for a co... ill have No medical insurance. But i can work whenever i want. With a company i would have medical ins. Make decent wage and work everyday and have a Boss. any suggestions????