Insurance Jobs

February 2009
Best's Review;Feb2009, Vol. 109 Issue 10, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports on the employment status in the insurance industry in the U.S. Accordingly, the report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics reveals that the industry's labor supply declined at the last quarter of 2008 by 2.309 million. Several charts are presented that depicts the detailed information on the status of work force which includes sector, percentage change and number of employees.


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