On the heels of growing reports of agent dissatisfaction, Allstate announced that it would be recruiting 100 agency owners in Texas this year, offering a $1,000 award for referring successful new agency owner candidates. The company says the initiative will create 200 new jobs in what the U.S. Census Bureau reports is the fastest growing state in the country.

Developing its agency force is an ongoing imperative for the carrier, which has been the subject of negative press as of late.

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