Catastrophe Adjuster resumes- the requirements to get noticed do differ!

We are quickly approaching the peak hurricane season. We talk to many adjusters about their resumes when they call to find out how they can get noticed with the thousands of adjusters who have entered this field due to the strong hurricane seasons in 04/05.

Here is a link to our published article in the June 2006 issue of Claims Magazine regarding Catastrophe adjuster resumes with some suggestions for enhancing your resume. Many career websites tell you that your resume will only get a 20 second overview before HR personnel determine if they want to continue reading and considering you as a viable candidate:

http://cms.nationalunderwriter.com/cms/Claims/Monthly%20Issues/Issues/2006/06/rn1?origin=chan
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Here is also a current list shown on our Opportunities page with a list of important information you need to be sure is included as commonly asked for by most adjusting firms looking for quality candidates:

http://www.dimechimes.com/Opportunities.html

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6 Responses to Catastrophe Adjuster resumes- the requirements to get noticed do differ!

  1. […] get noticed and not just overlooked as one having no experience. If you missed our blog on resumes, here is the link. We will schedule follow up sessions with you as we monitor your progress and set […]

  2. Dimechimes says:

    I’m bringing this topic back up as many adjusters are updating their 2009 Claim Adjuster Resumes for the 2009 hail and hurricane season

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