New Job, New experience

@carrine (2743)
August 20, 2011 5:21am CST
After i resigned as a callcenter agent, i engaged myself into HMO or health care, its very new to me. so i myself is enjoying it at the moment and i learned a lot of stuff from my colleagues. in my one month i earned not too big but i think its a good start already. how about you? wanna share your new experiences lately?
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@sais06 (1284)
• Philippines
20 Aug 11
It's good to hear that you are enjoying your new job. I also have just started with my new job yesterday. It's actually very new to me especially the place but I found that the environment there is very nice, and the people are very friendly and helpful. It's a mixture of excitement, fear and curiousness because I'll be encountering new things. I think it would be fun to experience something new especially your colleagues are very supportive. I hope I'll be able to get used to it and enjoy it as well.
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• Philippines
6 Feb 12
I was a promodiser in company for about 2 years but I wasn't able earn enough income that is why I resigned. After I resigned, I stay at home I feel so bored. Then I came across to a decision of having my own family. And now I am happily married. I am happy taking care of my husband and son.
@kun2349 (23381)
• Singapore
26 Aug 11
That's a good news, something different for a change :) New job, new environment, new exposure, everything can only do u good I've not had any new experiences when it comes to my job because my job is flexible and always changing by the day.. haha :D Maybe u can say i'm in a new job everyday, because what i learnt yesterday, might not be applicable today anymore.. lol =D ENjoy your work, gal :)
@neildc (17239)
• Lapu-Lapu City, Philippines
24 Aug 11
i don't have a new job and this one i have now for 8 years. this is different from my previous jobs where i used to handle machines everyday for 10 years. i also worked in a courier company so i also know how the courier companies work.
@bounce58 (17387)
• Canada
23 Aug 11
It's great that you've managed to get yourself out of the callcenter business and managed to land a job in health care. It's not that there is anything wrong with being in a call center, I just think that health care is the future of career opportunities. I have been with my current job for about 4 months already. But it is not entirely new as I have been here, before I worked for another company for more than 5 years. I just came back.