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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?

November 2015
"Self Worth."
Executive Administrative Assistant:
Find a company that has the core values you have. It is much easier to work in a company where you value what they do and how you contribute to the overall company mission. I've worked for some company where they say they have core value, but really, it is not. I feel appreciated everyday at work and support a great bunch of individuals. From ordering catering for meetings and all of the site supplies, I feel appreciated in the change that I have made to this environment.
December 2015
"Good productivity Good career."
Executive Administrative Assistant:
I have doing a work. Good honesty.
December 2015
"How to be a time-managment MASTER!"
Executive Administrative Assistant:
Be comfortable with change or you will constantly be frustrated.
December 2015
"How demanding my boss is regarding personal matter."
Executive Administrative Assistant:
Focus on being positive, prioritizing, and listening.
December 2015
"Raising the bar."
Executive Administrative Assistant:
Be a conduit for being the best Executive Administrative Assistant you can be. Always put the other person's needs ahead of your own. Be loyal to your boss above all. Maintain a professional countenance in all your business relationships. Never talk about your boss or his business disrespectfully and be his eyes and ears so he/she is not caught off guard when there is conflict.
January 2016
"Negotiation."
Executive Administrative Assistant:
I should have negotiated for more pay on the front end. Even with stellar reviews my pay increase has been minimal each year- not even keeping up with the cost of living increase.
February 2016
"Don't Worry, They'll Train You!"
Executive Administrative Assistant:
As long as you are proficient in MS Word, Excel & Outlook; you can spell; you are professional in your communication style; you are good with time management and have a positive outlook on lift they can train you to do everything else. Most companies have customized software, outdated software or aren't using the software they have to it's fullest potential. That's one way you can really benefit your company. Learn the existing software programs and make recommendations to use it to it's fullest extent or keep abreast of new and innovative software so you can recommend a change.