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Creating Successful Careers for Veterans

By Danny Noles | February 15, 2017

For the past few months, our agency has been busy with an idea we call “High Five a Hero” as a way of showing our thanks to those serving in the military. But we’re also going one step beyond just thanking veterans by recruiting them as advisers.

Relationships and Values: Four Generations of Navigating the Unknown

By Tod Lashway | January 17, 2017

Last year, about this time, my father passed away. It was not unexpected, but I lost one of the formative people in my life – tall, strong, a disciplinarian, but he had a big heart beneath all the bluster. My mother showed me how to treat others with respect and dignity, to be considerate of others’ perspectives and well-being. Together, they taught us family values and responsibility for each other. Relationships and values.

The Seven Ps that Will Change Your Life

By John Laurito | November 2, 2016

Success is all about the small differences. Most people think being a top performer means you have to do things two, to three or four times better than average, which is simply not true. I was recently asked to speak with our Penn Mutual interns as part of their training curriculum. Here is what I told them about planning for success.

For Women, Networking is Critical for Career Success

By Susan Cooper | October 4, 2016

Whether you are a college student looking to land your dream job, a successful professional positioning yourself for that big promotion, or a career changer ready to make a major career change, there is no doubt that NETWORKING has a huge impact on your ultimate success. Unfortunately, many women are at a disadvantage.

A Day in the Life of a Penn Mutual Intern

By Jessica Choi | September 28, 2016

We just finished up our inaugural Penn Mutual Pathways Internship(SM) program, intended for students going into their junior and senior year of college who are interested in careers as financial advisors. I’d like to share some videos created by the interns themselves about their experiences.

Reflections on My Time as a Penn Mutual Intern

By Bryn Freed | September 7, 2016

For as long as I can remember I hear people say “I have to go to work.” I say “I get to go to work” because I am extremely lucky to be a part of an amazing firm like Penn Mutual. Everyone I talk to tells me how much they love what they do and love Penn Mutual as a company.

Developing the Next Generation of Financial Advisors and Industry Leaders

By Jessica Choi | May 17, 2016

There is a tremendous need for new talent in the insurance industry. It’s estimated that the industry will need 237,000 advisors over the next decade.

Branding You: Driving Your Career by Crafting a Personal Brand

By Ande Frazier | March 8, 2016

Whether you are preparing yourself for the beginning of your professional career or you are already well established, creating a personal brand for yourself will help you to be seen as a relevant and unique professional. Check out these tips for how you can make sure you are developing your own personal brand.

Five Reasons Why Advisors Love Penn Mutual

By William Stevens | January 19, 2016

Penn Mutual has been in growth mode for several years and continues on that path with a very focused strategy. We’re steadfast and focused on growing our career distribution channel, and I encourage anyone considering a job or career change to take a close look at working with Penn Mutual.

My Advice to Veterans Looking for a Career in Financial Services

By Steven Horvath | November 10, 2015

As a former Navy guy, I think financial services is a paramount career option for veterans. Here are the things I tell veterans when they ask about working in financial services.