Search company, investor...

Jacobson Group

Founded Year



Line of Credit | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$9.62M | 2 yrs ago

About Jacobson Group

Jacobson Group distributes footwear solutions to various levels of retail on a global scale.

Headquarters Location

Bacup Road Cloughfold Rawtenstall

Lancashire, England, BB4 7PA,

United Kingdom

+44 (0)1706 219444

Missing: Jacobson Group's Product Demo & Case Studies

Promote your product offering to tech buyers.

Reach 1000s of buyers who use CB Insights to identify vendors, demo products, and make purchasing decisions.

Missing: Jacobson Group's Product & Differentiators

Don’t let your products get skipped. Buyers use our vendor rankings to shortlist companies and drive requests for proposals (RFPs).

Latest Jacobson Group News

Ranked – the 10 highest-paying insurance careers in the US

Oct 21, 2022

| Insurance Business America Despite thriving as an industry, the US insurance sector continues to face a considerable talent shortage as unfilled job vacancies reach record numbers, the latest analysis from insurance recruitment firm The Jacobson Group and industry giant Aon has revealed. While this talent gap in the market is nothing new, Greg Jacobson, the firm’s co-chief executive officer admitted that the recruitment situation has gotten worse. “We are in an extreme situation in terms of not a lot of talent out there, but this is not really anything that is that unusual for our industry,” he said. “Generally, we are keeping it in a range bound by 2 to 3%.” Insurance carriers across the country employ an estimated 1.56 million staff, a decline of about 85,000 from 2020 figures, according to the biannual insurance labor market report. “This is not because insurance companies are not hiring people,” Jacobson explained. “They are trying to hire lots of people… The reason why we’re down 85,000 jobs is because companies cannot hire fast enough to replace the workers that are leaving.” Jacobson also noted that while layoffs in the broader financial services industry have hit a 10-year low, the opposite was true in terms of the number of personnel quitting their jobs, which reached its highest in a decade. Jeff Rieder, partner at Aon and head of its subsidiary Ward Inc., added that in the past 10 years, most insurance companies operated with about an 8% to 9% staff turnover rate, which included voluntary and involuntary exits. At present, however, many insurers are running at between the 12% and 15% range. Both experts agreed that the majority of the 14% of firms who said they operated with reduced staff between July 2021 and July 2022 did so unintentionally. What are the benefits of choosing a career in insurance? According to the study, more than two-thirds, or 68%, of insurance carriers plan to increase their personnel count in the next 12 months – a jump of 12 percentage points from last year. Insurers said that the rise is primarily because of the “anticipated increases in business volume.” And with competition in the industry for the best available talent as fierce as ever, those looking to build a career in insurance can find no shortage of job opportunities. Insurtech firm One Inc, which provides insurers with a digital payments platform, shared the top reasons why working in the insurance industry is a good option. These are: A variety of opportunities: Apart from traditional roles such as agent, adjuster, and underwriter, insurance offers diverse professional opportunities, including those in the fields of accounting, customer service, marketing, IT, legal, sales, communication, research, data analytics, investigation, finance, actuary, management, and human resources. Upward mobility: An insurance career leaves room for growth in practically every role, allowing professionals to continually develop new skills and progress in their careers. Continuing education: Because of the ever-evolving nature of the industry, employees are encouraged to pursue educational opportunities to sharpen their knowledge and skills, with some companies offering financial assistance. ‘[There’s] never a dull moment’: Insurance is a dynamic field, which presents a different challenge each day. Flexibility: With the pandemic changing how everybody works, many insurers have also began offering staff flexible working arrangements, including remote work. Job security: As long as people are investing in homes, driving vehicles, running businesses, seeking medical treatment, or in need of financial protection, insurance will always be in demand. Work-life balance: Insurers are taking strides to ensure their employees can enjoy ample time to pursue interests outside work, which are proven to increase productivity in the workplace. Earning potential & benefits: The insurance industry offers a good living wage with a high potential for growth. Challenging & rewarding work: Insurance professionals are regularly faced with a “supply of healthy challenges,” providing opportunities to solve problems, and be innovative and creative, which can give them a sense of fulfillment at the end of the day. [A chance to] make a difference: Insurance professionals are given the opportunity to help individuals, families, and communities to overcome hardship. What are the best-paying jobs in the US insurance sector? According to the insurance labor market study, the insurance roles that are most difficult to fill in order are those in technology, actuarial, analytics, claims, and underwriting. Almost every company surveyed in the report said these positions are more challenging to fill now compared to a year ago, with the exception of those for executive roles. Rieder noted that insurers are paying existing employees more to prevent salary compression and inequity. “This is causing more companies to have to make salary mid-year market adjustments as well,” he said. “While many companies probably budgeted for only a 3.5% to 4% increase in merit, the reality is year-over-year, the trend is about 5%.” To find out which insurance career pays the most, job-posting service website ZipRecruiter generated “compensation estimates” for each role, factoring in the job title and location, and the hiring company. The firm noted, however, that the figures “reflect a base compensation range, and do not consider years of experience, benefits, bonuses, or other factors that may affect individual compensation rates.” 1. Consulting actuary Annual salary range: $93,000 to $173,000 A consulting actuary provides accounting and risk-assessment advice to clients. The role entails several years of experience in the actuarial field and skills related to performing financial audits and risk modeling. This type of professional can work as part of a large consulting agency or as a freelancer. 2. Life insurance actuary Annual salary range: $67,000 to $150,000 Professionals in this line help determine pricing for life insurance policies to minimize cost and risk. Their duties include assessing client risks, performing financial analysis, and creating reports for salespeople and management. Those wanting to pursue a career as a life insurance actuary should have a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, actuarial science, or a related field, and a professional actuary certification. 3. Pricing actuary Annual salary range: $99,500 to $149,500 A pricing actuary is a statistician who works in financial services, including insurance. They help determine the price of products by calculating risks and analyzing data, with the goal of ensuring the coverage of the company’s expenses such as the cost of claims or employee retirement. Actuaries need strong analytical and computer skills. A bachelor’s degree in math, statistics, or actuarial science is required as well. 4. Actuary Annual salary range: $111,500 to $142,500 Actuaries price insurance policies and advise corporations on how to meet regulatory standards and balance capital. Their duties also include maintaining daily correspondence with clients, and programming or implementing risk management software. The four actuary specializations, according to ZipRecruiter, are property and casualty (P&C), life, health, and pension. 5. Automotive finance manager Annual salary range: $97,500 to $141,500 These professionals are responsible for overseeing the financing process for new and used vehicles, creating sales training programs, and ensuring that all transactions meet federal, state, and local regulations.

Jacobson Group Web Traffic

Page Views per User (PVPU)
Page Views per Million (PVPM)
Reach per Million (RPM)
CBI Logo

Jacobson Group Rank

Jacobson Group Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Jacobson Group founded?

    Jacobson Group was founded in 1982.

  • Where is Jacobson Group's headquarters?

    Jacobson Group's headquarters is located at Bacup Road, Lancashire.

  • What is Jacobson Group's latest funding round?

    Jacobson Group's latest funding round is Line of Credit.

  • How much did Jacobson Group raise?

    Jacobson Group raised a total of $9.62M.

  • Who are the investors of Jacobson Group?

    Investors of Jacobson Group include Independent Growth Finance.

Discover the right solution for your team

The CB Insights tech market intelligence platform analyzes millions of data points on vendors, products, partnerships, and patents to help your team find their next technology solution.

Request a demo

CBI websites generally use certain cookies to enable better interactions with our sites and services. Use of these cookies, which may be stored on your device, permits us to improve and customize your experience. You can read more about your cookie choices at our privacy policy here. By continuing to use this site you are consenting to these choices.