Here’s where you’ll start…
Challenging, interesting work that will motivate you every day — that’s what we can offer you.
After connecting with a recruiter, you’ll participate in a thorough interview process. It may seem lengthy, but it’s important to make sure that this is the right choice for you. Once the interview process is complete, and you have started as an insurance and financial professional with New York Life, you’ll begin training for your new career. You’ll receive some of the best training in the industry, and have the chance to take control of your career with the guidance and support of one of the most respected names in the business.
Being an insurance and financial professional* at New York Life is more than a profession; it’s an opportunity to shape your own future.
* Please note: Insurance and financial professionals are agents of New York Life Insurance Company.
Ready for Success?
These are the traits you'll need:
Self-discipline: To hold yourself accountable
Resilience: To adapt and thrive
Persistence: To push through
Determination: To go further than you ever thought you could
Compensation and benefits that add up.
It’s important to feel rewarded for your hard work. Compensation at New York Life depends on a number of factors, but with a commission-based career, what you make is ultimately up to you.
Let’s look at the numbers.
A successful insurance and financial professional* can make a very good living. In 2019, the average income for our more than 14,000 insurance and financial professionals exceeded $75,854. In that same year, our top 100 insurance and financial professionals made an average income of $1,352,198.
How much will you make?
Your compensation is based on commissions which are tied to your sales.
The money you receive within the first year of making a sale is referred to as shortterm compensation. Your short-term compensation is made up of a portion of the premium payments your clients make during the first 12 months they own a product. It’s an important part of your total compensation.
As clients continue to make premium payments, you continue to be rewarded. These are called renewal commissions. Over time, your renewal commissions will add up and make a healthy contribution to your income.
New York Life is an equal opportunity employer M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity