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New grad and wanted to ask a few questions. Most things on contract seem great but I have a few questions:

They are offering claims made coverage with full tail, is this equivalent to occurrence coverage? 

90k salary, 3k sign on bonus, no production bonus. Should I be getting a production bonus? If so, what is a normal %? Minimal call

Profit sharing plan after 1 year (25%?), 4 years I'm 100%.

Is it reasonable to ask for student loan assistance? I am not in a rural city.

 

Thank you!

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