What is it like working as an Executive Assistant?
Executive Assistant in Grand Rapids:
"Executive Assistant review."
Pros: I like working with top management everyday as direct assistant. I'm direct assistant with CEO, CFO, and VP so I see all aspects of our company daily.
Cons: What I like least about my job is the amount of work I do for our top executivies for my rate of pay.
Executive Assistant in New York:
Pros: I like that everyday is a different agenda, and I'm constantly meeting new people. I really appreciate that I am around people that I hope to one be like, financially. Most importantly, I like that I believe in the endless possibilities of this company and how far it can go.
Cons: I don't like that I feel like the under dog. Most importantly the pay.
Executive Assistant in Oakland:
"Great Position that Keeps you On your Toes!"
Pros: Project management, supervising a team of hard-working individuals that need training and guidance, accounting, charging clients for services received, building customer relationships, fixing minor computer and printer issues.
Cons: The low pay for the amount of work and dedication I have to the company, the environment in which my desk resides (in a multi-purpose room), employee turnover.
Executive Assistant in Monterey:
"Excellent Learning Experience."
Pros: Ability to learn a wide variety of aspects of the event planning business.
Cons: Inability to rise financially based on position/title.
Executive Assistant in Arlington:
Pros: I meet a lot of people.
I make my own decisions and learn a lot through my career. Very flexible, cultural and a swanky environment.
In addition I love my team.
Cons: It can be demanding and at time tedious. Stressful with long hours.