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We have a long history of hiring, training and developing successful Agents and Managers. New York Life Agents receive top-notch training and development through the company’s training program. In addition, we encourage and strongly support growth opportunities into management.

And, we have a Korean Market team, dedicated to supporting the efforts of all Korean Agents and Managers across the country. If you’re looking for a new career, we can help you open up a world of possibilities.

Because when you join forces with New York Life, it’s not about where you’ve come from. It’s about where you want to go.

By joining our sales team, you can:

  • Set your own income goals and your work schedule.
  • Provide quality products and service.
  • Receive competitive pay and benefits package.
  • Consolidate your learning and professional development.
  • Advance your career and be part of management.

To be an Agent at New York Life it is necessary to complete a rigorous training process. Candidates must have qualities that include:

  • Taste for personal contact with the people.
  • Genuine interest in helping others.
  • Commitment to service.
  • Discipline for the job.
  • Desire for success and personal growth.
  • Ability to meet goals.
  • Determination to achieve their goals.

We invite you to explore the opportunity here. EOE M/F/D/V

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