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Upcoming Customer Service Job Profiles for the Next Decade.
Customer Service Rep
Customer interaction on behalf of a business. Take orders and provide information while resolving customer complaints or product returns.
Most work is done in retail settings such as mall stores, banks, agencies, etc. Some work full time, but part time work is very common.
Customer Service Representative Requirements
At least a high school diploma and on the job training. Good at person to person communication. Basic computer and phone skills needed.
Average annual pay was approx. 20K in 2017.
A growth of 15% from now into 2020 driven by demand for customer support.
Human Resources Specialists
Recruit, interview, check or screen and place workers within a company. Some employee relations, questions about payroll and benefits and on the job training.
A full time job in almost every company and industry concentrating on worker staffing. Some enjoy travel to job fairs, colleges and applicant meetings.
Human Resources Specialist Requirements
Bachelor degree, but for some, including interviewers, a high school diploma is sufficient.
Annual wage was $53K in 2017.
Expected growth of 21% from now till 2020 with job opportunities mainly being in the employment service industry.
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