The Process

Prepare Yourself to Join

We want to help set you up for success. Get a good understanding of our application process, right here. Be sure to create a profile and keep your information current. In the meantime, stay in touch with our team and monitor your application(s) status.

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Five Steps to Potential Employment

We've outlined the employment journey so you can be prepared and learn how to set yourself up for success.

  1. 1 Your Profile

    For the best application experience, Create a Profile. Then go to the Find Jobs page, select the job you want to apply for and submit an application to be considered for the opening.

  2. 2 Pre-employment Assessments

    For some positions, you may be asked to complete pre-employment and/or language proficiency assessments.

  3. 3 Interview

    Interviewing with State Farm may be completed via a video interview and/or with a hiring manager. This gives us a chance to learn more about your skills and experience as well as share with you information about the role and the work environment. New to video interviewing? Learn more here.

  4. 4 Job Offers

    If selected, you'll be asked to log in to your profile to view the job offer. It will provide details about the position, location, salary, and start date as well as required next steps.

  5. 5 Finalizing

    Pending successful results from a background check and drug test, your offer will be finalized and you’ll learn more about what to expect on your first day.

    For more information, please reference our Frequently Asked Questions.

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.

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