Secretary Reviews

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Based on 1,124 responses, the job of Secretary has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.8 out of 5. On average, Secretarys are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Secretary?

November 2014
"Organzational Structure."
Secretary:
Be flexable and willing to help all professor and make them feel and believe that they are top priority.
December 2014
Secretary:
Just say no to weekends and cleaning!
December 2014
"Nothing in particular."
Secretary:
Have a great attitude to serve people. It is the key to any mountain of a task. The people whome you serve are the keys to your task.
January 2015
"Job Description."
Secretary:
Get a written description of your job assignment with as much detail as possible before you accept the job. Add to it whenever your job expands. Make sure that you communicate each addition to the job as originally defined to the one to whom you report.
February 2015
"What I love about my job."
Secretary:
Pros: I feel a since of responsibility around the office. I love all my co-workers, and bosses. I like that I get to use my organizational , customer service, and computer skills.
Cons: I'd like people not to change there mind so much on orders. I don't like how one order gets messed up can interpret an entire month of orders.
February 2015
Secretary:
Run as fast as you can to a different career. Always trying to get rid of you and your pay is below poverty level for a family.
April 2015
"People undervalue your knowledge."
Secretary:
Pros: You know most of people.
Cons: There's not a career path.