Based on 13,981 responses, the job of Administrative Assistant has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.84 out of 5. On average, Administrative Assistants are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as an Administrative Assistant?
"Challenging and always learning new things."
Administrative Assistant in Groton:
Pros: I have a great project manager who is my direct supervisor who sees my value and trusts me to do my job and knows that when he gives me a new assignment I will follow through until it is finished with excellence.
Cons: I do not see consistency in the way that all employees are treated with salary, health insurance, and personal growth potential.
"The Benefits are great the Pay is horrible."
Administrative Assistant in Elizabeth:
Pros: The Administration & my coworkers are amazing.
Cons: The pay isn't the best for my years if experience in Management Roles.
"A way past the desk."
Administrative Assistant in Oak Bluffs:
Pros: I have great coworkers.
Cons: Those overseeing town operations take employees for granted.
"Interesting, innovative, fun, skillful."
Administrative Assistant in Mississauga:
Pros: job in general, committees I can join to meet people, social work aspect
Administrative Assistant in Ashburn:
Pros: Most jobs pay fairly well and you get good benefits.
Cons: People here are entitled, but it's not exceptionally bothersome.
Administrative Assistant in Stockport:
Pros: The perks of the Job - discount, certain co-workers. Most customers you deal with, the reputation of the company.
Cons: Management. Strict working hours - unpaid breaks - If you don’t complain enough, they assume you’re doing well in the job role.
"A mixed bag."
Administrative Assistant in Seattle:
Pros: I like being so close to all of my favorite communities. I appreciate the robust public transportation system and being around so many like minded people.
Cons: The severe disparity between the rich and the working poor in this city is almost obscene. Huge companies transplant their employees and out price the local community. Most Seattle natives can't afford to live here.