insurance

Chicago-based insurance carrier plans Right to Work Michigan Operations Center

Clearcover, an Illinois-based insurance company, plans to create “300 high-wage jobs” in Right to Work Detroit, Michigan.

From Area Development Magazine:

“When we started our national search for a second talent hub, it was critical to us that we find talented people who can help us continue reinventing a centuries old industry,” said Kyle Nakatsuji, Co-founder and CEO of Clearcover. “Several cities offer talent, but what made Detroit stand out to us is its embodiment of our core values: empower others and embrace being the underdog. We’re excited to offer high-growth career opportunities in a city with talent that not only reflects who Clearcover is but also reflects the customers we serve.”

According to state officials, the project is expected to generate a total private investment of $5 million and create up to 300 high-wage jobs…

Area Development Magazine