Navigating the Claims Adjuster Job Market During a Hiring Slowdown – Tips and Strategies

I know times have been tough lately, and it seems like there are no job openings for us in sight. But don’t lose hope just yet! There are still ways to stay productive and improve your chances of landing that dream claims adjuster job when the market picks up again.

Here are some generic tips and strategies. The first one is the easiest to do but most people won’t do it.

Keep Learning Claims Adjusting:

  • Use this downtime to expand your skillset and knowledge. Consider pursuing additional certifications or training to make yourself a more attractive candidate.
  • Look into online courses and webinars that can help you stay up-to-date with industry trends and technologies.

Since you have no experience start learning. No need to preach about why. Just think about the top careers. They have/should have knowledge. Not just a license.


this isn’t a get-rich-quick opportunity.

If you’re looking to start working tomorrow and having a fat check on Friday, calm down. This is a career, not a gig or j.o.b.


Take the time to learn!

Volunteer w/Claims Adjuster Company Before You Freelance:

  • Consider offering your services on a freelance or volunteer basis. While it may not be a permanent position, it can help you gain experience and make connections.
  • Look for opportunities to help out in your local community, such as offering insurance advice to small businesses or individuals in need.


Seek Career Advice:

  • Reach out to mentors or experienced professionals in your field for advice and guidance. They can provide valuable insights and suggestions based on their own experiences.

Someone told you about the career. Why aren’t they helping you further? This is the sh*t they teach in school. You need guidance because Texas and Florida may not be the first states you want to start with.

Yes, that’s right…

There’s a lot of bad advice out there.

I see everyone start w/ Florida and Texas, but that isn’t the only way.

So start researching to learn who’s credible.

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