Customer service jobs are burnout positions with some of the highest churn rates at startups— “Support shouldn’t be a forever thing. You can only have people yell at something that’s not your fault for so long before you go bananas,” says a third former Lyft rep.
Those Entry-Level Startup Jobs? They’re Now Mostly Dead Ends in the Boondocks
Lauren Smiley

As much as I hate to admit it, this is partly true. Having worked in the BPO industry for the past couple of months, I’ve noticed that it offers very little room for growth. It’s not something you want to do for the long run.

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