An underwriter decides who gets insurance cover. Your role will be studying insurance proposals, studying the background information of the clients, and deciding how much should be paid out. You will be liaising with professionals and those specialized to help judge the risk assessment. By doing so, you will write policies and add specific conditions when required. Similarly, you will be involved in negotiating terms with the clients. In addition, you will select the appropriate and competitive premiums based on information and judgment and deciding whether the risk should be shared.
Employers will always look out for graduates, most especially in the field of accounting, finance, business, and management. You must be able to use your initiative, have good negotiating skills, and be a great communicator. Skills required also include good judgment and a great decision-maker, especially when under pressure. Knowledge of technical information is also an added advantage. You will earn an average of $68,217 yearly or $32.8 hourly.