I'll be finishing my Physics PhD in about six months, and I am looking to leave Physics for jobs in consulting, finance, or at an insurance company. There's been plenty written here about finance jobs, but not as much about the other two, despite them appearing to be some of the major outlets for recent PhDs to get jobs. So, how do I go about getting a job at an insurance company? What type of insurance companies would want physicists, and what type of job listings are they typically suited for? Unlike most of the people that branch into these fields, I'm in Accelerator physics rather than HEP, so I don't have exactly the same background with statistical analysis.