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Based on 1,160 responses, the job of Sr. Administrative Assistant has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.11 out of 5. On average, Sr. Administrative Assistants are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Sr. Administrative Assistant?

June 2017
"Challenge Met."
Sr. Administrative Assistant in Charlotte:
Pros: The consistency of all that I know since this is the only place(city) I have every worked in.
Cons: I have nothing to compare Charlotte to since I have never been hired to work in any other city or state.
July 2017
"Overworked and UnderPaid."
Sr. Administrative Assistant in Miami:
Pros: Nothing.
Cons: Drowning making the Rich Richer.
July 2017
"City Culture, open-minded community, so many things to do."
Sr. Administrative Assistant in Los Angeles:
Pros: I love the free spirit and open-minded community where everyone respects each other. People do not judge and accept each other's beliefs, ideas, opinions, etc.
Cons: The only 2 things I like least are pollution and traffic.
September 2017
Sr. Administrative Assistant in Canton:
Pros: The life-changing impact on those that benefit from the nonprofit work.
Cons: No co-workers.
January 2018
"Good."
Sr. Administrative Assistant in Rochester:
Pros: Home
Cons: Travel time
October 2018
"Clean with nice town center."
Sr. Administrative Assistant in Morristown:
Pros: Accessbile parking and clean building grounds
Cons: very congested area, heavy commuter traffic.
November 2018
Sr. Administrative Assistant:
Great Company to work for. Great home/work balance. Very friendly welcoming workplace. Treats employees fairly and equally. Recognizes talent and rewards their employees. Listens to employees’ needs, likes and dislikes and works with them for a solution.