Customer support engineers can offer high-quality solutions without having to work a day in an office. They specialize in reactively solving technical problems customers might have with products or services. As long as you have a background or general knowledge in computer systems and have been properly trained in your company's software, you can handle the tasks of a technical support rep from whatever location you choose.
One of the aspects of remote work is working primarily alone. While you'll probably still have a team and a manager, it's a little different when there's physical distance separating you. It can get hard to stay motivated when you're working independently. However, if you enjoy the challenge and can easily find ways to stay on track without constant monitoring, this is the job for you.
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