Employment for insurance investigators, claims adjusters, and examiners is expected to decline through 2028, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, due to automation. Despite this prediction, there will always be a need for investigators. Fraud investigation software has helped investigators to do their jobs more effectively, but people are still actually needed to conduct surveillance and interviews and determine if fraud occurred. Those with certification and experience in law enforcement, the fire service, or private investigation will have the best job prospects.
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- Business Managers
- Financial Institution Officers and Managers
- Financial Quantitative Analysts
- Forensic Accountants and Auditors
- Fraud Examiners, Investigators, and Analysts
- Health Care Insurance Navigators
- Insurance Claims Representatives
- Insurance Policy Processing Workers
- Insurance Underwriters
- Life Insurance Agents and Brokers
- Property and Casualty Insurance Agents and Brokers
- Regulatory Affairs Managers
- Risk Managers