POLL : Will I be able to stay on this job ?

I am a fresh 21 year old male who has done 2 jobs and left without notice . I know it makes me sound like a retard but thats how it is ! Both were call center jobs . First one was sales job in an outbound call center . Training was good but I had to quit after 15 days without any salary or notice because it just suckedd . They were also not happy with me since I was not generating any sales for them all day ! SO I thought to myself since I can't work in sales side and infact never wanted to , I should move to customer service side . SO I joined a call center customer care . Training was for fcuking 2 weeks and I just got ragged there by my batch mates . Also , because of this stress , I screwed up my training and did not understood things . I just worked there one day ( on christmas day ) and never went again . I am thinking about quitting call centers and working as data entry operator ( doing data entry jobs ) as my typing speed is good ( around 40 wpm) and also I hope its a hell lot than dealing with angry customers or begging people to buy the product . Atleast I will be sitting in one corner and doing my data typing . But , now a voice in my head worries "What if I fail this time as well ? What if I screw up this job as well ?" . please help

Asked By: - 1/3/2011
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Everybody quits call centers, so your not a retard. I did that stuff for a while until I found something better... More
Answered By: H - 1/3/2011
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Call centers are about the worst jobs in the world. I would never work in one. I can't blame you for walking away. I'd only consider you a failure if this was a pattern with all jobs. Find a new line of work.
Answered By: mscherpenberg - 1/3/2011
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