Young insurance talent at all-time low, CII survey reveals

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Members' opinion of the calibre of industry entrants has reached its lowest level since the report began.

Just 8% said they believed new entrants were "very well" equipped in terms of basic literacy and numeracy.

Furthermore, the proportion of members that consider "education serves financial services well" has fallen from 54% to 49%.

Nearly three-quarters (73%) of the 2,300 CII respondents identified skills gaps in their organisations, with service quality, increased talent expenses and the

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