The Insurance Industry, It’s About Quality of Life

The Insurance Industry, It’s About Quality of Life

Author Executive Benefits Team
Date October 12, 2022

Nearly 3 million insurance industry workers in the US help create an industry dedicated to protecting quality of life.

On September 28, Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida. A strong Category 4 storm, only six miles per hour shy of a Cat 5, Ian ripped across the state from the Gulf Coast to the Atlantic Ocean before regrouping to attack coastal South Carolina. Via television and the internet, the world saw heartbreaking images of devastation.

There’s no escaping the challenges of life. They come in the form of fires, floods, blizzards and storms that impact lives so personally we feel compelled to call them by their first name.
And they happen in parallel with other types of catastrophic events, such as illness, economic loss or the passing of a family member.

In the US, 2.86 million insurance industry employees work to make unexpected events of life easier for others.

Insurance products include a range of services from consumer products to commercial and institutional insurance products that many people do not realize exist, even though their lives are made better because their employer has chosen to put these strategies in place to benefit them. And across all types of insurance, the objective is always the same, reduce risk and help protect quality of life.

Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Ian or any of countless other life-impacting events.


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