Great expectations: The art of customer service

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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. In March 2014, Amanda Rendell described how her journey brought a criminal justice major into the insurance industry. This is an update.


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Still teaching; just a different audience

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After rolling through the motions of switching majors, I finally landed on English education. The prospect of teaching young students the literature classics and valuable life themes made the idea of teaching seem very fulfilling. But I found my way to The Cincinnati Life Insurance Company after interning in insurance during my junior year.


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Making a positive impact: Loss control

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As a loss control consultant, I work with our policyholders to help them recognize their risks, understand how those risks could negatively impact their business and employees, and learn what they can do to make improvements. The path I took to my career may not have been direct, but it was a perfect fit for me to meet my goal.


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How I fell into insurance

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Insurance nerds like me love to play the game “How Did You End Up in Insurance,” the implication being that no one actually intends on an insurance career. Really, how many kids in your neighborhood ever spoke longingly of a future that included the principles of indemnification? No, most of us tripped and fell into a rabbit hole that turned into an insurance wonderland.


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When insurance is in your blood

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The expression “it’s in their blood” is often used to describe future generations of successful athletes, movie stars and politicians. When talking about insurance, this idiom is rarely used. However, growing up the grandson and son of independent agency owners, insurance has always been a constant in my life.


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