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Old 05-08-2010, 08:25 AM   #8
Fat Brian
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Your sense of timing is obviously impeccable, waiting until nearly 10% unemployment to decide on a career change .

Seriously though, website design sounds like a good route, especially due to the economy. Its a job where you can kind of make your own way without being beholden to a company stay working. Freelance writing may be good also, your writing is well developed and coherent, maybe contact some local papers in your area and see what they are looking for. Maybe even a small local weekly might be interested.

Realistically, call centering is a pretty good job for someone of our sizes, even though you aren't using your education to its fullest. Maybe you could try to move to a different company that would pay better, Call Center operators where I work make about $20 an hour, over $50,000 a year with full benefits. I have found income to be a huge factor in whether a job is satisfying or not.
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