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Based on 6,509 responses, the job of Executive Assistant has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.13 out of 5. On average, Executive Assistants are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Executive Assistant?

December 2018
"Gate Keeper."
Executive Assistant in Eugene:
Pros: I love our team and am very proud to work at a place that provides reproductive healthcare to all!
Cons: My co-worker's frustrations.
August 2020
"Excellent Place To Work!"
Executive Assistant in League City:
Pros: The City of Seabrook is a great place to work! Everyone is always friendly and willing to help. Great boss, great employees, and great work atmosphere.
Cons: I love everything about working here.
January 2014
"Being a great assistant means following up on everything."
Executive Assistant:
Details matter, take notes, use tasks, always follow up.
November 2013
"The good and bad of it all"
Executive Assistant:
Pros: Helping out, solving issues, booking calendars, investigating, gathering information, meeting clients, phone conversations with clients, preparing files, word, creating documents, administrating, flexibility.
Cons: Insurance summaries, Excel, deadlines, underwriting, stress.
November 2013
"Cordinating with all the departments, the managment"
Executive Assistant:
Pros: Flexibility
Cons: No policies are there
November 2013
"Varied skills required"
Executive Assistant:
This is a position that you constantly put another hat on while doing another task, the ability to multi-task, see the big picture, pick up the slack, but still leave the staff do knuckle down and do there work when they need to. To be able to see the other's point of view, but still be firm with the bottom line. To be welcoming, but not a push-over. To be able to understand computer changes, data uploads, new terminology. To be always willing to learn or be left behind. To know when to speak up and put your ideas forward and when to sit back and listen to the big ones make up their minds. Travel is a perk, relationships are a perk.
December 2013
"Potential Level of Responsibility."
Executive Assistant:
Ensure you are very aware of all responsibilities of this position. There can be many add-ons to this position. Ensure you are compensated for the work you are doing.