Pros: job skills, flexible schedule
Cons: sitting all day, when flows dont meet
I clock in 5-10min early and start at 2pm. From 2pm-8pm I dial qualified respondents to conduct research marketing studies. Which allows me to present good social communication skills, productively meet quotas, and improve my technical computer skills.
I have learned all the skill mentioned above and continuously show positive improvement towards my job duties.
The management where I work is nice, flexible and understanding with schedules and I accredit my job skill management to all of my experiences.
I work along side quite a few people and meet new coworkers all the time. The environment in which I work is a positive and friendly atmosphere. I know if or when I have any questions some one is always happy to help me solve my problem.
The hardest part of the job is making my daily flows. Which I try to exceed when I work.
The most enjoyable part is when I finish each study with a happy respondent who thanks me for conducting the study in a professional and respectful manner. I enjoy knowing that when I leave work I have contributed to helping selective studies improve the quality of there poll as well as services.