What sounds better Clerk from an Office or Customer Service Representative?
I graduated in 2010 and I have under a year of experience working for two office jobs since then. I am making a horrible wage with $8 an hour. However I am considering a customer service representative at a local airport that makes more and overtime. I am wanting to do something big sometime in the future that I can make more money. I am also considering the fact that if I my mom dies, then I am left with nothing. So should I stay there or move on to CSR?
Asked By: greeneyeslady - 9/8/2011
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You go for the customer service job at the airport. You are an a*************y and maybe Mr. Right will fly in and wisk you away one day. It's also great fun meeting the public, 99% of whom are great to deal with. Good luck. Please choose my answer as the best answer - I need the points. Thanks. x
Answered By: English Springers - 9/8/2011
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CSR's make more money because of the extra stress. The job is harder, far more stressful, and you take a lot of abuse. Take the job for the money if you want, but keep looking.
Answered By: Kathleen - 9/8/2011
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