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Administrative assistants, or secretaries, are the "right-hand" persons for an executive or a team of executives. They perform clerical tasks, such as handling correspondence, spreadsheets, Internet research and filing. ... More »

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Someone who has administrative experience either holds or has held a position with significant secretarial or clerical duties. Administrative experience comes in a variety of forms but broadly relates to skills in commun... More »

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An administrative assistant performs office duties including secretarial responsibilities, filing, faxing, creating spreadsheets and organizing client information. Many administrative assistants support executives or oth... More »

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