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Bankers Life
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Work happiness
Scores based on about 307 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
Below average
Work Happiness Score
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About the company

Picture of Scott Goldberg, CEO of Bankers Life
Scott Goldberg
Company size
5,001 to 10,000
$100M to $500M (USD)

Jobs near you

There are 3 Bankers Life jobs close to Ashburn, VA. You can check out other available jobs at Bankers Life.


Entry Level Insurance Sales Representative

Chantilly, VA

$41,000 - $62,000 a year ++
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27 days ago
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Entry Level Insurance Sales Representative

Frederick, MD

$41,000 - $62,000 a year ++
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27 days ago
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Entry Level Insurance Sales Representative

Gaithersburg, MD

$41,000 - $62,000 a year ++
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27 days ago
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Salary estimated from 3.5K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Insurance Agent
$15.68 per hour
-6.6%below industry average
$60,000 per year
-24.6%below industry average
Sales Representative
$14.86 per hour
-0.7%below industry average


Entry Level Sales Manager
$100,000 per year
0.4%above industry average
Sales Representative
$14.86 per hour
-0.7%below industry average
Sales Manager
$72,857 per year
-16.6%below industry average


Insurance Agent
$15.68 per hour
-6.6%below industry average
Entry Level Insurance Agent
$14.00 per hour
18.8%above industry average
Insurance Specialist
$100,000 per year
55.4%above industry average

Customer Service

Customer Service Representative
$15.52 per hour
-0.6%below industry average
Call Center Representative
$13.04 per hour
-21.6%below industry average


Employees at Bankers Life have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Quarterly bonus
Health insurance
Life insurance
Flexible schedule
Work from home
Paid time off

Rating overview

Top 86% in the industry. Rating is calculated based on 1.5K reviews and is evolving.



Insurance Agent in Chantilly, VA 20151
on April 9, 2019
Like any other insurance company
This job/position is what you make it. if you have a potential customer base, you should do well. If not, then you may want to research this career as it is all commission.
Licensed Insurance Agent in Syracuse, NY
on July 2, 2020
Not for people who need money to live
This is a COMMISSION ONLY JOB. Everything is unpaid, but at least the company pays for the courses to get you licensed. The courses took me more than a month and a half and during that time, I had absolutely zero income. You are basically a glorified telemarketer with almost every day being filled with calls to people who, 49/50 times want nothing to do with you. Most people set up an in-person meeting with you at their house so they can get free information and then you leave poorer than when you arrived. You will be expected to drive to all of your appointments where the company wont pay for any of the miles you drive and all wear and tear on your car is your responsibility. It is recommended to new agents that you give this job 40 hrs or more a week but also get a second job so you can afford to have this job. After all of that, I found out I was only licensed to sell life insurance so all of the medicare sales I had done with my manager were worthless and i needed a second license to get any commission from medicare sales in the future, In 5 months and literally thousands of phone calls, I made $644.
Agent in Fresno, CA
on June 30, 2020
Do not waste your time
I should have listened to the reviews on here, but being a fool I wasted my money and energy for a company that does not even pay a penny. They make you cold call all day and their so called leads are nothing but random people's numbers and names with zero interest in buying insurance from you. They lie and deceive you during the interview. Please save yourself a time and run away from bankers life as far away as possible. You are better off working at a fast food restaurant that at least pay you for being physically present there.
Insurance Agent in Madison, WI
on June 27, 2020
Go elsewhere
Its too much effort too little $ they want agents to work 10 hour days. The learning is valuable! if you sre new to the industry the knowledge from training is valuable. overall .5 over 5 would not waste much time there.
Agent in Chantilly, VA
on June 27, 2020
Mostly cold calling
Mostly cold calling to make sales appointments. Toughest part of the job is to get to a yes for an appointment. Once you do that you can go and sell.
Insurance agent in Springfield, MO
on June 24, 2020
Great company to work for. High stress
I loved working for Banker’s life. It kept you busy as you owned your own business. You are fully responsible for how much money you make. A lot of cold calling.

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Interview insights

Insights from 191 Indeed users who have interviewed with Bankers Life within the last 5 years.

Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

They never actually called.

Shared on April 5, 2020

After seeing what we are about, Why should I hire you?

Shared on March 30, 2020

No real questions. Just watched everyone's interactions.

Shared on March 7, 2020