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Customer service jobs typically require that you work with the public in order to meet their needs in whatever career field you choose. Customer service jobs include positions such as customer support, a teller in a bank, being a customer service representative or a front desk receptionist. You might inquire about a position in a call center, become an administrative assistant, a cashier in a variety of stores or strive to become a store manager. If you have interpersonal skills that are stellar and patience with people, then perhaps a job in the field of customer service is ideal for you.

Education Required for a Customer Service Job

At the lowest rungs of the customer service job ladder are receptionists, attendants, tellers and cashiers. You will be required to have a minimum education such as a high school diploma. Depending upon the position you may need special skills such as being good with numbers and the ability to use a computer with ease. Other customer service jobs might require you to have specialized education such as a background in business, finance or managerial education. A minimum of a Bachelorís degree may be required for some customer service jobs such as a help desk analyst, a call center supervisor, team manager or a collections specialist.

The Challenge of Customer Service as a Career

Those that choose a customer service job can never have a bad day. That is to say, customers looking to you for help can not perceive that you are not in the mood on that particular day to offer them the help they require. You will need to engage with the public and that can be quite stressful. It can also be very rewarding. Moving up within a company when you start out in the lower echelons of the customer service field is often the result of you giving your best and following a course of education related to the field in which you are pursuing.

If you think you have the proper qualifications to make a career in customer service, why not browse our site for interesting jobs you may want to attain. One of your first steps is to post your resume. Once that is done you are free to browse the database for that perfect position.

Not everyone is suited to a job in customer service, but if you are a friendly, personable individual that enjoys problem solving and working with the public, it may be we have the right job at the ideal salary to get you started or to further your career in the field of customer service.