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Based on 2,568 responses, the job of Receptionist has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.79 out of 5. On average, Receptionists are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Receptionist?

July 2017
"I love it."
Receptionist in Footscray:
Pros: Being a problem solver and an all-rounder.
Cons: No relief from duties.
August 2020
"Dead End for 9-5."
Receptionist in Indio:
Pros: It’s close to home.
Cons: Cost of living is far too high and the weather is ridiculously hot.
November 2013
"Customer Facing, "
Pros: Flexible working hours and variety of workload
Cons: Pay
November 2013
"No chance of progression"
There is no where to go once you are taken on. I was told repeatedly in my interview and ever since, that I would get a reception team leader job and still nothing has materialised. I was given extra responsibilities without the title or wage increase to match.
November 2013
Pros: The sunlight in the office, and the fact that I get to take lunches- as that is new for me; the small fmaily feel to this small office.
Cons: Feeling unnoticed, unappreciated. Treated like a 'know-nothing' when upper management is tired or cranky.
November 2013
"Flexible working hours and better corporate culture"
Pros: Working hours are really good and flexible.Can avail leave if necessary.
Cons: Very bad salary package.Colleagues do not have time punctuality.Burdening others with their own work
November 2013
Have an open mind to learn new tasks, be patient and kind to all who enter the building. Know your company because your the first person representing the company. Enjoy.