What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Executive Assistant in Los Angeles:
"Like it Enough and Do it with Good People."
Job satisfaction is important but so many people focus on having a career/job that they love doing. Its great if you can make this happen, but life is full of compromises. If you find a job you like enough and you don't hate. You aren't doing too bad. Find something you like enough and do it with good people. Sometimes its not what you do but who you doing it with that creates an enjoyable work environment.
Executive Assistant in Orlando:
"Change Is The New Norm."
Be prepared for changes in people, in duties, in atmosphere. Treat everyone with respect, you will be surprised at the help you will receive.
Executive Assistant in San Diego:
"Would Have Chosen The Real Estate Industry Earlier In My Career."
You have to be two steps ahead of your boss and don't assume anything. Challenging job that changes by the minutes so you have to be organized.
Executive Assistant in Atlanta:
"Different Titles For Same Work."
If you're looking for work, especially in government, consider including other titles to your search.
Executive Assistant in Chandler:
"Work Harder Than You Think You Should."
"perception is reality." It doesn't matter if you work your ass off, if it isn't perceived, it doesn't matter.