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Why Working in a Call Center can be Stressful at Times…and How You can Turn it Around

By Maigne Cantos / 12 July 2017

There’s no doubt that the BPO industry can bring a lot of things on the table. In fact, working in a call center can be seen and/or considered as a norm in terms of earning a living in the country’s modern corporate world. As such, it can entail a lot of responsibilities on your end and it has its fair shares of ups and downs, usually in the form of every stressful situation possible. Either way, it can either make or break you. Want to know how to turn these downs into an abundance of ups, then keep on reading.

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