Executive Administrative Assistant Reviews
Q: What is it like working as an Executive Administrative Assistant?
Executive Administrative Assistant in East Orange:
Pros: Close to home
Executive Administrative Assistant in New York:
"Fast pace legalize."
Pros: Meeting so many different people.
Cons: The travel time to and from work.
Executive Administrative Assistant in Irvine:
Pros: Close to home, good coworkers, good boss.
Cons: Nothing new, more expensive to pay for rent.
Executive Administrative Assistant in Memphis:
Pros: I like working in Memphis because it's home to me and my family lives here. The cost of living is comparable to or lower than other cities its size. There are plenty of places to eat and shop.
Cons: My place of business is nearly 25 miles from my home and interstate traffic is quite heavy and congested most days. I have to leave earlier than usual in order to avoid tie-ups. I feel safe in my particular location, but I must drive through less-than-desirable areas to get there.
Executive Administrative Assistant in Pleasanton:
Pros: I work fairly close to home, I enjoy the people I work with, it can be fun.
Cons: Different job responsibilities everyday, slightly overworked, not a lot of direction.
Executive Administrative Assistant in Santa Clarita:
"Beautiful weather, beautiful people!"
Pros: Small city that offers almost everything one needs.
Cons: I have nothing but good things to say about working in Santa Clarita. It has beautiful houses, planned communities, walking paths, good restaurants, and a great performing arts center at the college.
Executive Administrative Assistant in Mount Joy:
Pros: It's a very nice place. A lot of places to go to eat.
Cons: Road work. I always running into road work.