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Tuesday, November 30, 2010


Sales Careers Texas with Allstate

A popular insurance company is increasing the number of sales careers Texas has available.

Allstate recently announced its plans to hire more than 150 employees throughout Texas by the end of the year. The majority of those jobs will be for licensed sales producers, who play an important role in driving business growth across the state.

Candidates for sales employment opportunities ( with Allstate should have a high school diploma, exceptional selling skills, and the ability to obtain a Property and Casualty license after they have been hired.

So far, Allstate has hired about 20 licensed sales producers throughout Texas. The company expects to hire a total of 155 employees in Amarillo, Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Lubbock, Midland, Odessa, Rio Grande Valley, and San Antonio.

Allstate has enlisted the help of Kelly Services, a staffing agency, to find these new employees. Kelly Services has been working with the Texas Workforce Commission and other agencies to find eligible applicants who then begin a pre-screening process and are placed in a database available to owners of Allstate agencies.

"These positions present such a great opportunity for talented people with strong communication and customer service skills, who may not have a college degree," Gary Halls, director of operations with the Office of Allstate for Kelly Services. "We encourage interested candidates to not let the licensing process scare them off. We emphasize it's a valuable commitment to make to get a head start in a recession-proof industry."


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