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As more Baby Boomers retire and Millennials increasingly seek high-paying jobs in tech and finance, the insurance industry is feeling a talent pinch. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 51 million insurance jobs are expected to become available by 2022 — owing to industry growth and openings created by retirees.

To face that talent shortage head on, employers are trying to make the work — namely, selling insurance — more attractive. They’re trying to entice prospective appraisers, actuaries, claims processors, and sales agents by mirroring the cultural offerings of big tech companies. Some are increasing pay packages (the median annual industry wage in 2012 was $ 34,750) while adding to already healthy benefits programs. Other firms are even offering free meals, onsite massages, and, in one instance, building a ferris wheel at headquarters (see No. 1 on our list below). And, for the moment, it seems to be working. Turnover at these firms is low and their workers tell us they’re happy and are staying put.

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