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Psychic JobsWelcome to our Psychic Jobs blog.  Our mission in this blog is to give you tips on how to succeed in the industry.

There are many tips that will be suggested.  These tips serve for productive usage not only for Psychic readers but also any type of employment.  Surely our focus will be for Psychics.

Our staffing coordinators have a diversified work histories.  They bring their unique talents and experiences.  We hope you enjoy these whether you are staffed by PsychicLink or find employment elsewhere.

The majority of Psychic Jobs are over the telephone.  Though there are many other types of venues that offer online psychic readings, email readings, video camera readings, we will cover tips as well for just about any type of psychic work in today’s market as well.  Regardless of the mode a network offers, there is a common ground all networks share:  psychics that work as independent contractors.

Our industry is a niche field. Psychics are a niche talent. We can suggest what works and what doesn’t work  when it comes to apply, interviewing, testing, working, and researching.

We hope you enjoy the information we will share with you.  Knowledge is power.  Hard work is always an important ingredient to achieve recognition. Yet working smarter is wiser.  Understanding our industry comes thru trials and errors.  Let’s face it, there aren’t many books about our industry.

Sure general employment tips are universal.  Yet, to truly understand our industry requires experience.  So in this blog we will feature a tip from our coordinators that will explain to you how to run a situation around when it comes to applying, interviewing, testing, and/or working on  a Psychic Network.

Our Network steers clear of Psychic Sweatshop practices.  You will also find postings about 2 current psychic sweatshops where the conditions are questionable. We steer away from such practices.

Finally, we always recommend to keep honing your psychic talents. A psychic is like an artist.  One day there may be more demand for something else.  The more skills you have — the better.  Be sure to apply to our network for a psychic job.

Best wishes and enjoy!

 

 

 

Tip 34: Work From Home: Choose environment carefully

Work from home
Work from home

Work form home has advantages. When a Psychic Network staffs a Psychic Reader onto its’ platform, they are investing trust onto that reader because clients view the advisor as a representative of the company.  Clients judge the quality of the network and the network’s brand based on the advisor that answers the call.

Psychic Networks conduct evaluations for psychic applicants (as a test reading).  Usually it is a 15 minute reading in which the applicant gives a true reading to the caller.  The applicant’s physical place at the time of the evaluation should not distract the reading.  It is vital to making a positive first impression by not allowing that set time to have kids, dogs, and other possible noises impact the tone and/or level of professionalism.  A noisy background interferes with making a positive first impression and deters quality coming through.

In testing applicants, I recalled an applicant that attempted doing her test reading while driving a vehicle.  The best headphone would not cancel the sound of driving.  More importantly, she was on the road driving.  Her true primary focus needed to be on the reading.  That was an immediate concern.  She was not giving it her all.  For me, I interpret that as not taking the appointment seriously.

It is common when interviewing for any job, the applicant would put on their best presence forward.  For a more traditional job such as at an office, perhaps one would be extra well groomed and wear the best clothes for that special moment.  After all, competition in any field is strong.  For every applicant, there are dozens of other applicants that may be able to render the same quality or provide better quality. 

If the first impression is an applicant driving a car while doing a reading, an immediate concern would be how the client would treat a call with an actual paying client.  That is way too risky for any company.  

There have been other times when evaluators heard babies crying in the background, dogs barking, and smoke alarms sounding off simultaneously.  It was a very chaotic day for the applicant. 

First impressions are lasting impressions.  I have heard about instances where an applicant could have done better.  Yet, the applicant showed promise and was offered a position conditionally or offered a second chance to re-evaluate after a few months.  There are no definitives.  Everything is on a case by case basis.  Effort, talent, and character synthesized determine the next steps.

It all boils down to care.  An applicant demonstrates talent, care and places effort in the process; it will be taken into account. 

For example, if you phoned your bank’s support department and heard kids screaming in the background would you view it as professional?  Would you want to continue doing business with an institution that doesn’t take you serious?  Yet, when there are other banks, you know you can get the quality you desire.  The same concept applies for Psychic Networks. 

If an applicant and/or contractor wants to be treated seriously, they will demonstrate that they are taking the position seriously as well.  This is not only applicable for Psychic readers; it is universally applicable for the entire workforce. Apply on now for a Psychic Reader position.

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