Sales Representative State Farm Agency

Job Description


My insurance office is growing rapidly, and I'm hiring sales people to sell all forms of insurance products and build the skills necessary to eventually become a State Farm Independent Contractor Agent with the expectation of taking over an existing Agency or open a new offices. If you have the desire to be in more control of your destiny, get paid in proportion to your efforts, and be your own boss, this may be the career for you.

We are a growing company with a positive sales culture, multiple products that would allow you to meet the growing needs of the marketplace, and we are a leader in the industry.

The best candidates are honest, have a hard work ethic, have a high concern for others, and are willing to accept responsibility for their destiny. They are willing to pursue goals, handle themselves with confidence, and master product knowledge and sales skills. You will learn to build and manage a team of selling professionals. These skills will help you gain your financial independence.

We will invest our leadership and coaching to teach you a tried-and-true model that has proven successful for many other individuals. This opportunity may help you reach income levels higher than you ever imagined. You can create more free time, travel every year on company award trips, help your clients build solid financial futures, provides employment for a team of successful individuals, and build a retirement income for you and your family.

If you can see yourself in this picture, we can help you achieve the career of your dreams. This career is not for everyone. You must be ready and willing to invest the time and energy in order to reap the rewards and future gains.


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We are eager to meet you and help you begin the career of your dreams.



Company Description
Local State Farm insurance Agency Full time / Part time positions available. Will provide training to obtain required licenses

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