Customer Service Representatives

Account Adjuster, Account Manager, Account Representative, Adjustment Clerk   More Names
At Home Independent Call Center Agent, Automotive Service Advisor, Automotive Service Writer, Bill Adjuster, Call Center Representative, Claim Adjuster, Claim Agent, Claim Approver, Claim Clerk, Claim Processor, Claim Representative, Claim Taker, Claims Assistant, Claims Clerk, Claims Customer Service Representative, Clerical Adjudicator, Client Relations Specialist, Client Service Representative, Client Services Representative, Client Support Professional, Commercial Lines Account Manager, Compensation Adjuster, Complaint Adjuster, Complaint Clerk, Customer Advocate, Customer Care Representative (CCR), Customer Care Specialist, Customer Complaint Clerk, Customer Contact Specialist, Customer Relations Representative, Customer Service Agent, Customer Service Assistant, Customer Service Associate, Customer Service Clerk, Customer Service Consultant, Customer Service Coordinator, Customer Service Officer, Customer Service Representative (Customer Service Rep), Customer Service Specialist, Customer Support Executive, Customer Support Manager, Field Service Representative, Film Replacement Orderer, Gas Distribution and Emergency Clerk, Hub Associate, Inbound Customer Service Representative, Lineman Service or Work Dispatcher, Lost and Found Clerk, Member Services Representative, Membership Coordinator, Merchandise Complaint Adjuster, Passenger Relations Representative, Phone Representative, Policyholder Information Clerk, Product Support Specialist, Return Clerk, Return-to-Factory Clerk, Sales Facilitator, Service Advocate Contact, Service Representative, Service Writer, Telephone Service Adviser, Tire Adjuster, Trouble Clerk, Utilities Customer Service Representative, Utility Bill Complaints Investigator, Verifying Specialist, Warranty Administrator, Warranty Clerk, Warranty Manager
Most Common Education Levels

** This graph is based on U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data and offers a snapshot (based on a statistical sample) of the actual education and training levels of those persons who are currently working in this career. It does not necessarily reflect the education or training that an employer may require of a new hire. **

Current Entry Requirements
Customer service representatives typically have at least a high school diploma. Some workers may need some college education or an associate's or bachelor's degree, as employers increasingly demand a more skilled workforce.

 
     

Career Snapshot

Typical Education:

High School or GED (HS)
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Percent Job Growth:

10% - Average
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Typical Wages:

Annual: $25,520 - $41,430

Hourly: $12 - $20