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Topic: Working at a call center
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posted: 7/24/2020 at 12:37:49 PM ET
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Is it really an amazingly tiring job? I am in search of something now because I got in a tricky finantial situation and I don't have much options available. Need to find a job quick and I don't have a good resume so I have to choose the best oprion out of the worst ones.

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posted: 7/25/2020 at 10:17:17 AM ET
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I don't like it. I need something more active.

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posted: 7/27/2020 at 4:03:51 PM ET
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Working in a call center is not a bad job. Recently, I used the services of a good company for my business. Let's see what is contact center software. This is software that allows you to connect with customers and at the same time be able to increase the percentage of sales of your services or products. It's pretty simple. In fact, the work is interesting.


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