Insurance Age

Howling for talent

Youth is always at a premium. We do not appreciate it while we possess it and we long for it when it has gone. But youth has more than an existential role to play - it is the lifeblood of UK industry and its economy - and insurance, perhaps more than other financial services sectors, lacks this essential component.

The industry has an ageing population, with no sign - bar the odd exception - of school leavers and graduates wishing to embark upon a career in insurance. "It's not sexy enough for

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