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Based on 128 responses, the job of Customs Broker has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.87 out of 5. On average, Customs Brokers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Customs Broker?

November 2014
Customs Broker:
Guide your customers as much as possible.
April 2015
"Customs broker."
Customs Broker:
Pros: New challenges.
Cons: My existing package.
October 2017
Customs Broker in Seattle:
Pros: The food.
Cons: The drive.
January 2018
"My working in penang for 10 years in dhl."
Customs Broker in Penang:
Pros: Penang is a great place to live a very chilled out lifestyle compared to that of the hustle and bustle of KL.
Cons: Traffic jams are worst on every morning .
November 2018
"Growth Opportunities."
Customs Broker in Johannesburg:
Pros: Success driven people
Cons: fast paste life
February 2019
"Great Opportunities for Professional Growth."
Customs Broker in Elizabeth:
Pros: The poeple, the location, and the flexibility.
Cons: The work schedule, no parking space.
May 2019
"Forward thinking and Family Oriented."
Customs Broker in Chicago:
Pros: I feel it’s not too small and not too big, but has the potential to take on the big fish should they/we want too in the future.
Cons: Some of the internal technology is way out dated and some industry standards (operation side) could use massive overhaul and reworking to be more productive daily to take on bigger/more complicated accounts.