Careers for talkative types & others with the gift of gab by Marjorie Eberts, Margaret Gisler
By Marjorie Eberts, Margaret Gisler
The single occupation sequence designed expressly to show passions into paychecks! The Careers for You sequence conjures up occupation explorers to examine the activity marketplace throughout the distinctive lens in their personal pursuits. every one ebook unearths dozens of how to pursue a keenness and make a living--including many little-known yet pleasant careers that would shock readers.
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While being able to provide help to people offers immense satisfaction, at the same time you can experience the frustration of not knowing the outcome of the work that you do each day. The burnout rate is quite high for people working on emotionally draining hot lines such as child abuse, suicide prevention, and drug abuse. Few people stay in these jobs for more than a few years. Some hot line and help line employees ad- Page 37 vance to become trainers and supervisors of other employees and handle only the most challenging calls.
On the Job Telephone sales representatives sit in their own cubicles in front of a computer. On the walls, they typically tack up pertinent information about a product so they won't have to use the product book during most phone calls. Depending on the complexity of the product that they are selling, a representative may dial 250 to 350 calls a day. While they are talking, they also have to be typing information. This is not an easy task. Being a sales representative is a demanding job in which one call after another must be handled.
On many of these lines, an ability to listen to the caller plays as important a role as the ability to communicate effectively. Talkers who are articulate may really enjoy working on hot lines and help lines because what they say is not usually scripted. Instead, they are responding to the individual caller's needs. There are no educational requirements to handle calls on many of these lines, nor is a particular background desired. Page 36 However, some lines do require a specific expertise, such as for handling calls on taxes or poison control.