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  • Agent compensation

    Being a State Farm® independent contractor agent requires a commitment of time, energy and resources. We are here to help you every step of the way. It’s your business, with the strength of State Farm behind you.


    How does compensation work?

    You can earn commission, potential travel, and other compensation by helping customers.


    What does it cost?

    Startup costs and expenses vary based on business decisions, location, and cost of living.

    There's no better small business opportunity in this country today than becoming a State Farm agent.



    State Farm product training

    With about 100 products to offer, you’ll need an understanding of what they are and what each product can do for customers.


    Business management and team leadership

    Running a business and leading a team are big responsibilities. Get the training to sharpen your skills as you step out into an opportunity like no other.


    Field development: a hands-on experience with an agent

    While the sign may have your name on it, you’re not in this opportunity alone. Agents and State Farm staff are available to mentor, consult and help you prepare early on, and along the way.


    Perseverance. Discipline. The traits of professional athletes pay dividends when you're in business for yourself.

    Reasonable accommodation assistance

    If you need assistance during the application or hiring process to accommodate a disability, you may request a reasonable accommodation by contacting Career Center Support or your State Farm® contact.

    State Farm is an equal opportunity employer.

    State Farm® agents are independent contractors who hire their own employees. State Farm agents’ employees are not employees of State Farm. Agents are responsible for and make all employment decisions regarding their employees.