911 Call Taker

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As a 911 call taker, you'll answer phone calls from people who need emergency assistance. You'll then send out the police, firefighters or paramedics, and you might provide the caller with life-saving instructions.

Disadvantages

Being a call taker is extremely stressful, both physically and emotionally, and typically includes irregular hours. This may be very stressful because you will face tremendously tramatic situations. You also might experience eyestrain and back pain from sitting at a computer for long periods of time.

Saving Lives, One Voice at a Time

Required Education

You can get this job with just a high school diploma and should enjoy stable employment that is largely unaffected by economic downturns.

Salary

The average salary of a 911 call taker in May 2011 was about $36,000. This is somewhat low, but this carrer is also offered as a partime job, and you only need a high school diploma. It has great benfits such as health plan, dental ,401k plan, ect.
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