Platinum Life
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Platinum Life Employee Review

Good job for a student

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20 November 2016
Your typical work day include to call customers and sell insurance over the phone. You have a daily target to meet which can be difficult at times considering that you work and study at the same time. The most enjoyable part is your colleges as they are also fellow students and they are there to help you. I've learned communication skills and objective handling in this job.
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2,0Work/Life Balance
2,0Salary/Benefits
1,0Job Security/Advancement
4,0Management
4,0Culture
Pros
Free lunches
Cons
Long Hours
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