“When you are asked if y…

“When you are asked if you can do a job, tell ’em, ‘Certainly I can!’ Then get busy and find out how to do it.”
Theodore Roosevelt


Call Center life here in the Philippines is measured as the practical work these days. When it comes to accessibility, Filipinos are highly capable because of being flexible. There are people working even part time for this kind of job while studying. Even me, myself still wanting to continue my education. Reasons why foreign countries want to outsource here because they believed on the talents , intelligence and lifestyles of some Asian countries especially here in the Philippines.

Everyday you will see numbers of applicantslooking for job (especialy in some parts of Makati and Ortigas), job that could possibly give them experiences. The moment you get into this kind of work you will see for yourself the different changes that could happen. Late at night hangouts, taking advantage of spiffs and commissions, new colleagues, and interesting working environment are some of those changes. And honestly when I started working in a call center I found myslef very usefull prior to helping my family. For people spend their time to this kind of profession, some find it motivating for them for their personal growth which is really true.

It may be said that the Filipinos are patient and hardworking. Being on the phone for the total of 7-8 hours a day is not that easy if you’re not patient as much as necessary. It has often said that for the succeeding years, call center jobs here in the Philippines will still be the favored employment instead of working overseas.


~ by Ophax on May 31, 2012.

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