“Don’t think of risk management and insurance as something that would replace a field
of study that you are already pursuing because the risk management and insurance industry
needs accountants, marketing and sales specialists, customer service, data analysts,
people with technical skills. So really no matter what your interests are, risk management
and insurance has some exciting opportunities that are going to be a good fit for
you.” - Steve Miller, RMI Program Director
MyPath is an organization devoted to helping the next generation learn about careers
in risk management and insurance. Discover the limitless possibilities of a career
in the risk management and insurance industry.
The Insurance Information Institute is composed of more than 60 insurance company
members — including regional, super-regional, national and global carriers — and is
considered one of the top online sources for insurance information. The organization’s
website (III.org), blog and social media channels offer a wealth of data-driven research
studies, white papers, videos, articles, infographics and other resources solely dedicated
to explaining insurance and enhancing knowledge.
Source: IRMI (International Risk Management Institute)
The International Risk Management Institute helps insurance and risk management professionals
do a better job by providing content about the industry, hosting conferences, and
providing continuing education and certifications. The video below discusses the
interesting types of positions and work within the industry in addition to sales.
For example, a risk management and insurance graduate could be an underwriter, computer
programmer, actuary, safety consultant, or claims representative just to name a few.
And, with hundreds of thousands of baby boomers retiring soon, there are great opportunities
for career advancement. Employees in this industry help people avoid or recover from
unfortunate events such as wildfires and tornadoes.