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Ohio addresses insurance professional shortage

ALSO: New York Life, Conning, Penn Mutual, Aflac and Jackson National

To address the shortage of career professionals, Ohio insurance companies launched Insuring Ohio Futures.

The launch of Insuring Ohio Futures program and the website will begin the process of recruiting the next generation of insurance employees to the industry and help maintain Ohio's place as a leader in insurance.

Aflac launched a new hospital confinement indemnity insurance policy designed to help with out-of-pocket costs resulting from an unexpected hospital stay or visit to the emergency room.

With the average hospital stay in the United States now costing approximately $10,000, Aflac’s new hospital plan is a cost-effective benefits solution that helps workers pay for expenses that are not covered by major medical insurance.

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