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Based on 1,231 responses, the job of Executive Administrative Assistant has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.12 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?

May 2015
Executive Administrative Assistant:
Be very detailed, be quick to change gears effeciently,
June 2015
"Corporate Culture, cafe in building."
Executive Administrative Assistant:
Pros: I like the consistent schedule and getting the weekends off.
Cons: The pay and title.
July 2015
Executive Administrative Assistant:
The best advise I can give someone is to always treat people the way you want to be treated. Everyone is important no matter what. People just want to be treated with respect and in a timely matter. If you keep that in mind, your world will be a better place all the way around.
July 2015
"Take a break and regroup always."
Executive Administrative Assistant:
Don't let yourself feel undervalued everyone is important.
July 2015
"Administration is the "junction-box" of the office."
Executive Administrative Assistant:
An Executive Admin has the ear of the department heads and is the "junction-box" where all the ideas meet. This position can ensure groups working on like projects connect and that teamwork extends throughout the company. This must all be done while keeping confidentiality and integrity at the top of your list when relaying any information; ensure the boss wants the groups to know they are working toward a "like" goal.
September 2015
"Want to open my own job."
Executive Administrative Assistant:
Pros: I want to open my own job.
Cons: Boss behaviour.
October 2015
"Good exposure and learning experience."
Executive Administrative Assistant:
Pros: Flexible. Good exposure. Friendly environment. Hands on.
Cons: Lacks structure. Lacks staff benefits.