Global Economic Meltdown and the Performance of Insurance Industry: Implication for Career Opportunities
The economic and financial crisis, which started in the United States in September 2008, has rattled markets and economies
developed, developing and underdeveloped around the globe, and because the world is linked inextricably by globalization the crisis has
continued to dominate discussions on global economy. Many countries are experiencing severe closure of companies, loss of jobs, crash of
share prices, squeeze in consumer credit facilities, crumbling mortgage facilities among others. In the case of the developing countries of
which Nigeria is one, the implications are noticeable in the areas of crash in share prices, dwindling revenues, few direct investments from
developed countries, dwindling remittances from Nigerians abroad and possible erosion of foreign resources among others. This paper
therefore provides a clarification of the term Global Economic Meltdown, the causes and the performance of the insurance Industry under
this situation and the implication for career opportunities.
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