A career as an insurance professional with AmeriLife is a rewarding one. As a licensed representative, you provide a much needed service for your clients while placing yourself in a position to achieve a level of self-fulfillment known to the elite. You’ll earn excellent income and help both individuals and families with their health and life – more... insurance needs.
Today more than ever, it is more important to work with a progressive, innovative, marketing-focused organization that invests in helping you succeed. AmeriLife is committed to providing you with the training, products and sales tools you need to fulfill your clients’ needs and achieve excellence in this industry. We support the needs of your clients by offering quality services to our independent agents at a cost typically less than you could provide for yourself.
For over 40 years, AmeriLife has been dedicated to meeting the health and life insurance needs of seniors as the leading producer for many of the country’s largest insurance companies. As one of the nation’s largest privately-held senior life and health insurance marketing organizations, we have a history of excellence and a solid understanding of the challenges seniors face. – less
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