How To Land A Customer Service Job

How To Land A Customer Service Job

and you don't need connections or experience for it!

Joel Bein
Joel Bein

This post originally appeared as issue 180 of the Daily Job Hunt email. Sign up for kick-butt career hype in your inbox each morning.

The Power of Questions


It's easy to say, "I can't land a job without a resume."
It's empowering to ask, "how could I land a job without a resume?"

It's tempting to say, "I can't learn a new skill in my 40's."
It's empowering to ask, "how could I learn a new skill in my 40's?"

It's relieving to say, "I can't transform my mindset" (because then you're off the hook).

It's revolutionary to ask, "how can I transform my mindset?" (because then you become unstoppable).

Will you tell yourself statements, or will you ask yourself questions?

The choice is yours, of course.


Remote Customer Service Jobs


We're telling you, you could quickly land a solid remote customer service job, even without connections or "official" experience.

Can you relate to people, can you listen effectively? That's what matters for customer service.

Sell yourself in a quick video (like this or this), telling a story of your ability to connect with people. It could be a story leading kids as a camp counselor, helping a customer choose an ice cream flavor, or pointing a customer to find the bananas. (Even if imperfect, emailing a video pitch will 50X your interview rate).

So, to get started, here are some remote customer service jobs from Remote.co!


Quote of the Day


"Someone who’s hiring isn’t looking for you to have 10 years of experience. They’re looking to see if you’ve struggled through adversity and persisted beyond it. Because that’s the hallmark of a successful human."

— Nick Rundlett


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Joel Bein

Joel Bein is CEO at Career Hackers and passionate about personal growth and self-driven learning. As a classically trained musician, he is Founder of the New Orleans Chamber Players.