WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE CALL CENTER INDUSTRY IN THE PHILIPPINES?
Honestly, in my own personal observation, compared in the recent years. Call Center Industry in the Philippines is very far stronger than before. Although, it's still standing, we definitely felt the effects of the Global financial crisis. Some Call Centers had to fire agents or move to a different account. Other Call Centers, was even sold to another bigger Call Center, just to save the company. What I'm trying to say is, while we have this opportunity, we should grab it. For Filipinos who wants work in a Call Center, you have to know the PROS & CONS of Being A Call Center Agent. The reality is, it's not an easy job, and it's not for everybody. And, accept the fact, that this industry could get better or worse. Since, it's right now in a shaky position, we are still lucky to have investors who have confidence in our workforce.
To my fellow Filipinos, If you want to work in a Call Center, you have to do a research about the TOP 5 Call Centers in the Philippines. Never go underdog, and choose the company that you want to work with in the next few years. Call Center hopping is a big, NO, NO! It's gonna be a mark in your employment history, and it's just a waste of time. After you do some research, after you choose where you want to apply. Then, do some research about, How to become a Call Center Agent. If you are prepared, you can easily gain confidence as you face the interviewers.
All I'm trying to say is, we should grab the opportunity while it's still here. If you are planning to apply soon, you have to be in a hurry. You have to grab it, while it's still hot! Look at the Nursing Jobs that was very much in demand in the U.S. and U.K in the past few year. It was really booming a couple of years ago, but, now, unemployment for Nursing graduates are getting higher and higher. The Call Center Industry can actually help many of us to find decent and high paying jobs. It can help more jobless Filipinos, to find short or even long term employment. We should be grateful that this industry still exist in our country. Until next time, folks! If you like this post, don't forget to subscribe below, Thank you!
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