Where are the jobs? If you’re wondering where the jobs are let me tell you a little secret. Everywhere!
It’s a fact that most companies have needs to fill. Most companies need to be more productive, need more sales, and need to be more successful in all aspects of their business. What are companies? People. So, for companies to be successful they need people. Not just any people but good, dedicated, motivated, interested, prideful, disciplined and successful people!
In your daily travels, whether it’s at a retail store, restaurant, mechanics shop, beauty salon, grocery store, law office, medical office, or even the Internet, do all of these businesses have great customer service? Of course not, right? So how can there be no jobs? Okay, so maybe these companies aren’t advertising an opening in their company, but they sure need some new good people. Whenever I have experience with a business with horrible customer service it tells me they have needs. A lot of needs! Specifically, people needs!
Lesson? Bad customer service = available jobs
No jobs? I don’t think so, in fact, the bad customer service example is the obvious one. What about the people within companies that don’t deal with the public? Do you think there are people within companies that aren’t pulling their weight? Maybe not bad customer service, but bad performance? You bet!
This goes back to my old saying, “Every Company is looking” and I make this statement all the time, either on my radio show or in my articles. Do you know why I make this statement? I say it because it’s true! But companies aren’t just looking for warm bodies; they are looking for good people. They want dedicated, motivated, interested, prideful and disciplined people to help them become successful or stay successful.
So every company is looking, that’s true, but if you’ve had experience with bad customer service at a business, they really need people. Good people. So, if you’re good that’s an available job waiting to be had. And, if you don’t know if you’re good, that’s a problem. I hope this helps.
Good luck to you!