Fifty-eight percent of insurance companies plan to increase staff during the next year, according to a new labor study. The Semi-Annual U.S. Insurance Labor Outlook Study conducted by The Jacobson Group and Ward Group assesses changes in the insurance industry and trends. A year ago, the same study found that 64.1 percent of carriers said they planned to add staff. The study also notes that since April 2011, insurance carriers have added 105,500 new jobs, a 7.4 percent boost.
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