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Rohan

You can also try "proof reading" jobs. There are a lot of jobs out there which require you to have decent proof reading skills.
If you are into reading, it might be a good option for you!
Good luck.

Answered 2 years ago

Rohan
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Nicole Smith

You might look into business process outsourcing companies, which have thousands of call center, data analysis, and other posittions (Xerox, Hewitt, Accenture, ADP, IBM, and Deloitte, to name a few). But the best thing to do is think of the skills that you have that may be useful to business and think of positions or industries that you may enjoy. For instance, if you have a passion for music, you might develop a business contact at a local music store.

Answered 2 years ago

Nicole Smith
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Kasandra Johnson

Hello,

This is a pretty generic answer, but I have little information.

From what I can tell, call centers are everywhere and generally easy to get into. I live in the Midwest where wages for call center workers are highest in the nation on average.

Benefits are typically available!

Feel free to give more info on your qualifications, geographic location and perhaps we can work on something more specific.

Best of luck!

Kasandra Johnson

Answered 2 years ago

Kasandra Johnson