Take Ownership

Customers look to us for help with their insurance and financial services needs. Our efforts help State Farm keep its spot as the nation's leading auto, home, and life insurer. Continue to learn more below, or if you're ready to begin, click the Contact a Recruiter button.

As an Army veteran, I see countless parallels from my time in the service with my experience as an agent.
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Helping others is full of opportunities

Run a business
like none other

Be the boss you've always envisioned.

Help your community
in new ways

Make an impact in your neighborhood and give back to the people around you.

Hire, develop, and
lead a team*

Be the leader, the one who sets a vision and inspires others to be their best.

Earn potential travel
incentives & bonuses

Enjoy the satisfaction of a job well done – meeting the needs of customers.

Get hands-on experience
and support

You're never alone, existing State Farm agents and staff are available to help you grow.

Market 100 individual

Offer a multitude of solutions to help customers protect what they love and plan ahead.

* State Farm agents are independent contractors and are solely responsible for office expenses and decisions regarding the employment and/or management of agent team members employed by them.

Help the neighborhood

For nearly a century, we've been there to help others. We work hard to help build stronger, safer, better-educated communities in neighborhoods across the country. Because that's what good neighbors do.

Take a closer look at the Neighborhood of Good®

As an agent, I saw that I could make a difference working with people, make a difference in individual lives, and I could feel good about what I did.
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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.