Many veterans call American Income Life their home because of the natural and easy transition from a military career to the civilian workforce. The skills you learned in the military will enable you to continue helping people and making a difference in the world. American Income Life gives you Opportunity Unlimited to fulfill your dreams, and to create new ones.

But don’t take our word for it. Meet some of the people who make this Company great, and who served in the military, just like you.


 

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Marc Salvaggi,
U.S. Navy
Marc Salvaggi,
Regional General Agent

How did your military experience transition to American Income Life?

Prior to working with American Income Life, I was a Seabee for the United States Navy. I am still enlisted in the U.S. Navy Reserves as a Steel Worker Third Class.

What helped me make rank and advance in the service was the ability to follow the system the military has in place. In the Navy we live by the code honor, courage, and commitment.

The transition to American Income Life was actually very simple. All the guidelines are the same. You have to be loyal and coachable and advancement is based on how much time you invest to master your craft.

What attracted you to American Income Life?

What attracted me to a civilian career with AIL was the growth the Company has had over the last several years. What also attracted me was the positive environment. It’s so nice to go to work every day and see everyone smile. It’s amazing to see how excited everyone is and how we are all on the same page. The financial opportunity was huge for me as well. I think it’s important to be able to give back to your community and loved ones too. AIL’s system gives everyone an equal opportunity to be able to give back.

My advice to anyone looking to transition from the service to American Income Life would be this: Take that same care and compassion the military has for serving our country and protecting Americans and apply it to a career with AIL. You are still helping people and making a difference.

If you want to continue to give back and serve people, this is the right opportunity for you. The keys to being successful in our organization are the same things it takes to be successful in the military.


 

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Cody Toth,
U.S. Air Force
Cody Toth,
Agent

How did your military experience transition
to American Income Life?

My experience in the United States Air Force prepared me to be successful with American Income Life because I learned at a young age the importance of protecting people that you love. Also, I learned that there isn’t anything I couldn’t overcome. What I mean by this is that no matter what you are going through or what is going on in your life, you have to be able to put on the blinders and get the job done! From my experience in the military and the people I was surrounded with, I learned I didn’t have to re-invent the wheel. Keep it simple. In the case of the business that we are in, the script and our systems are the wheel I refer to. Stay focused on the systems and do what you are told to do and you will excel at American Income Life Insurance Company.

What attracted you to American Income Life?

The opportunity alone attracted me to AIL. I saw a way that I could better provide for my family, and I pursued it. I am very grateful for the opportunity that has been laid out for me. I also love the culture of the environment that we are in on a daily basis. This is the easiest and most rewarding job I have ever had. You do not have to carry a gun into hostile environments and you do not need to wear almost 100 pounds of gear in heat reaching nearly 150 degrees.

 
 

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