OK, this is a little long and I know I probably won’t get many answers, but if anybody could give me their opinion, I’d really appreciate it. I’m feeling a little stressed and would like some job advice.
I’m about a month into a call-center job, and it’s OK, but I’m wondering if I’m cut out for it.
I’m thinking of taking some on-line classes to prepare for the possibility of either quitting or being let go. The good thing will be, it’s a temp to perm job, so if this doesn’t work out I can tell the next potential employer that my contract ran out.
My preferences would be something in IT or clerical work, but I’ll consider anything.
Here’s an overview of my experience and education. Like a resume, but shorter.
Current - Phone bank, 1 month.
2 jobs combined - 1 month experience PC setup, troubleshooting, and repair.
11.5 Years Production.
2007-2009 Network Technology
2009 - Microsoft Access 2007 (received an A)
2010 - Microsoft Excel 2007 (received an A)
Certs: A+and CCNA
Misc: I use Microsoft Word and Outlook frequently. Although with Outlook I’m pretty much only familiar with the mail portion, I am learning the calendar function.
I’m trying to think of on-line classes to take. There’s ed2go on-line learning associated with my community college. If you have any idea of classes I should take, let me know I’ll see if it’s offered. The classes last about one month each.