YOUR FUTURE as an Independent Insurance Agent Starts Here
If you’re looking for a career that offers flexibility, job stability, competitive compensation, and more, then you’ve come to the right place! Working with a KAIA member agency is a great career choice.
For 100 Years, KAIA has proudly supported the independent insurance agents of Kansas through professional development, resources, and advocacy.
The demand for insurance professionals is growing every day! Is this career right for you?
This agency is independently owned and operated. Your application will go directly to the agency, and all hiring decisions will be made by the management of this agency. All inquiries about employment at this agency should be made directly to the location, and not to the Kansas Association of Insurance Agents.
Benefits of working as an Independent Insurance Agent
Career advancement in a growing field
With more than 400,000 job openings in the next five years across the U.S., the insurance industry offers a huge opportunity for employment and career advancement. Plus, the industry continues to evolve and provide new careers paths in sales, customer service, analytics, digital marketing, technology, and more. (Source: investprogram.org)
Insurance can give you a rewarding career and well-rounded life with jobs that are not only fulfilling but may offer flexible schedules and great office culture. In a U.S News and World Report article featuring 'Best Jobs of 2020,' Insurance Agent ranked #2 on their 'Sales & Marketing Jobs' list. (Source: investprogram.org)
Make a Difference
Independent agents are pillars in their communities and active in local organizations, sponsoring sporting teams or supporting charities. Insurance offers you the chance to make a career out of helping individuals when they suffer a loss and need assistance. (Source: investprogram.org)
Things change but insurance is here to stay. People will always need it for their car, home, business, travel, and more. The insurance industry touches all aspects of life - and that will not change. (Source: investprogram.org)