Field Sales Representative

Farmers Insurance is currently developing new agencies in St. Louis and the surrounding areas. I'm looking for a successful, business-minded individual with a strong desire for personal growth, career fulfillment, and financial success to add to my successful sales team. You may be an excellent fit for our Career Opportunity in sales with Farmers Insurance and Financial Solutions.
Farmers Insurance is also investing in the future of full-time agents (after the three-year training program) by providing additional financial assistance to help grow the value of their agency with staffing, office space, signage, marketing, etc.. Also, for any investors looking for a business opportunity you have come to the right place. Anyone outside of Farmers can now purchase existing agencies that are available for sale.
Income Potential
Currently, our company is one of the fastest growing insurance carriers in the country. Each full-time agent owns his or her own business, sets their own schedule and makes daily decisions that help their business grow and succeed. You control your own destiny with Farmers Insurance. Your earning potential is unlimited!
Getting Started
Our flexible training program allows you to begin your career on a part time or full time basis. Through the first 3 years, Farmers provides an excellent subsidy program. This program is financial assistance in addition to your commissions.
o Good credit history - No chapter 11 or 13 bankruptcies within the last twelve (12) months. No chapter 7 bankruptcies within the last three (3) yrs
o Good driving record - No DUI's in the last three (3) yrs
o No felonies
o College degree preferred, but not required
o Sales experience preferred, but not required

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