Monday, May 26, 2008

Heads or Tails - My Job

Some of you might probably know (assuming) that I work in a call center.
My country is competing with India in terms of outsourced customer and IT services.
Clients are mostly international in nature majority which translates to time, place and cultural barriers. Call Center job is well paid compared to other white-collar jobs but the the end of the bargain is getting a life which is not as normal as any skilled worker. Graveyard shift or getting up or getting home in the wee hours of the morning. On duty in every celebrated holiday that you could think of (with premium pay of course).
So basically or generally, this is how a call center dude can be described. Just click on the photo to magnify.Translation:
1. Malayo sa (work) - (lit.) far from/not related to (work)
2. Abubot - gadgets
3. Lamig - cold

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Picturing of Life said...

great job...

Mine in here Thanks

MiLeTTe said...

lol! i can't help but laugh! call center are the IN thing nowadays in our country, noh ?

mine is here!
hope you can visit me. thanks.

Skittles said...

I did telemarketing for a while and know that doing phone work is very hard but also can be fun!

Lynn said...

The turn over of employees in call centers is high from what I know because of the working hours.

Gina said...

I had a call center job for a while, not IN a call center tho, I got to do it from the comfort of my home, it was great, till they decided not to hire in my state anymore and I was out of a job. OH well...

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Inspiration Alley said...

This made me smile. Not sure that I could work in a call center though.