Since my job status has changed since this thread was initially launched (which is weird, because I totally remember the start of this, but never actually posted) so I guess now is a great time to post :P
I'm in the Operations Learning and Development department of a Blue Cross/Shield insurance company in Washington state. Basically, I'm kind of like a teacher, but for adults. I have no formal education for adult learning, but my boss is pretty awesome (albeit a little intense when he gets going) and has really given me the tools and the knowledge of how adults learn as opposed to children. It's funny though, the style I've been researching and adopting is very similar to Montessori Schools learning style.
I fucking love my job, and it's very exhausting, but I like to think I'm pretty good at it.
*quick aside, Blue Cross/Shield is not one big insurance company, for those that were not already aware. (I hate the stigma that it's a huge heartless health insurance company. The one you have might be, but most of the "Blues" are actually pretty cool. And really, if you're on some employer-based insurance plan, and you dont like your coverage, it's VERY LIKELY your employer's cutting of benefits and coverage, not the carrier.)