The insurance industry is growing and has a high need for talented professionals with a variety of training and skills. Recruiters are asking job seekers “where do you fit in?” In this series, Cincinnati Insurance associates describe their own career journeys.
Most college graduates look for positions in the field that they studied. As a criminal justice major, I spent two years working at a gym while searching for jobs in my field. I didn’t want to be a police officer, and that appeared to be the only hiring position. My parents didn’t hide their displeasure with my career choices thus far and made it very clear that they wanted me to get a “real” job. It hadn’t occurred to me to venture outside of my concentration. Read More
Do your homework when buying insurance.
You study safety and performance ratings before buying a car.
You have your prospective home professionally inspected from basement to roof.
You read labels and select the best foods for your family’s table.
Why should insurance purchases be any different?
Pay attention to safety and maintenance as you close the pool for the season.
As a pool owner, you’ve worked hard to be a great host all season long by carefully and safely maintaining your swimming pool, to the delight of your family and friends.
Now that fall is on the horizon, how can you apply the same level of attention to closing your pool? Even the most experienced pool owners can benefit from these helpful reminders.
Test and Regulate:
- Three to seven days before you close your pool for the season, take a water sample to your local pool service professional for analysis, and adjust the balance as directed.