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I Am

Insurance policy issue clerk
by

Colton Parish

on 6 December 2012

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I Am an Insurance Policy Issue Clerk By Colton Parish and Zach Cogswell What Do I Do? I do administrative work for banking, insurance, and other companies. I help by keeping track of records, helping customers, and carrying out financial transactions. Where Do I Work? Policy Issue Clerks, like myself, work in a variety of office settings, including bank branches, medical offices, and government agencies, usually full-time. How Do I Become A Policy Issue Clerk? Well, a high school diploma and on-the-job training is enough for most clerk positions. What Is Your Pay? My median annual pay is $34,760, which was recorded in May 2010. What Is The Growth Of Your Job? The employment for a Policy Issue Clerk is expected to grow by 11%, which is as fast as average. What Other Jobs Are Similar to Yours? There are many jobs that are like mine. Bill and account collectors, Gaming service workers, Information clerks, and Tellers are basically just like a Policy issue clerk. What Are Some Professional Organizations That You Could Join? Some of the organizations include Allstate, State Farm, and AIG. Position Title:Policy Issue Clerk
Location(s): Kuala Lumpur, Other / Non-US, Malaysia
Posted:December 6, 2012
Company Name:AIG
Entry Level:No

Function: Account Management, Customer Service, Record Organization
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