As a licensed adjuster, you can work directly for an insurance company or an independent adjusting firm. You can work as an "independent" adjuster wherein you offer your adjusting services to an independent adjusting firm, which in turn is hired out by insurance companies.
Treat getting a job as an adjuster like you would any job search. If you have contacts within the insurance industry, reach out to them. Check job sites like monster.com or ziprecruiter.com. Use a search engine like Google or Bing. Good starting searches are “Independent adjuster jobs” and “Florida adjuster positions”.
Also, keep in mind that the best opportunity for new adjusters is during a CAT. A CAT (catastrophe) is an event that generates a need for a lot of adjusters in a short period of time. In Florida, this is most often a hurricane or hail storm where there is a widespread loss.
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