I quit my job as a a scheduler. I was really good at it and well liked by the shoppers. Unfortunately, it wasn't worth being called all hours of the night by editors who liked to nag at me for things that have nothing to do with my job or responsibilities, especially for the wage i was paid. Every MSP I apply to, never emails me back and seems automated. Any ideas? L
I just met a woman who started doing customer service for Princess Cruises, beginning pay was low, but she got health benefits and promoted, and now has a good full time job and a free yearly cruise, after 4 years. Headquarters are in my town, but other cruise lines are worth looking into.
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That's disheartening to hear that the problem of bat-poop crazy co-workers are allowed to exist in this industry. I really really liked it and I was really good at it. Part of why I liked it was I did not have to work customer service. Back to etsy full time I guess LOL!
My job that supports me has nothing to do with mystery shopping and I work with some who are bat-poop crazy. I feel for you. Finding something that you love/like/tolerate may help with the bat-poop crazy people...lol