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Based on 1,151 responses, the job of Executive Administrative Assistant has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.14 out of 5. On average, Executive Administrative Assistants are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Executive Administrative Assistant?

January 2019
"Pleasant."
Executive Administrative Assistant in St. Louis:
Pros: The weather-4 seasons
Cons: snow
August 2020
"Stagnant with no room for growth and development."
Executive Administrative Assistant in Las Vegas:
Pros: That they help the disenfranchised with medical needs
Cons: My skillset is not being utilized and I have no room for growth and development.
February 2014
"Go For Opportunities, Don't Wait."
Executive Administrative Assistant:
Set up 1:1 meetings right away with your direct manager and team you will be supporting. Once you have accomplished certain admin goals, step up and show your team you can be more than just their organizer. Participate in your managers meetings by taking notes so you understand the business better.
June 2014
Executive Administrative Assistant:
Pros: The ability to work from home when ill or need to be home for contractors, etc.
Cons: Stuck, no where to go. Not having a direct report that can determine, if I am good, bad or great at my job and who then can directly reward me for my performance instead of burying me in heap with others across Canada and having people who have no idea who I am determine if I'm worthy.
July 2014
Executive Administrative Assistant:
Pros: The people I work with. Free lunch on Fridays.
Cons: My bosses do not trust me. Workplace bullying.
August 2014
"Pay Attention To Detail."
Executive Administrative Assistant:
My advise is to pay attention to the ways of your new boss so you can become most familiar with them and that way you can understand what he needs from you better. The way he talks and asks for things. Also pay attention to detail and make sure you are accurate. The most important aspect of our job is accuracy, detail and getting requests taken care of in a timely manner.
September 2014
"Always negotiate your salaray and counter offer."
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