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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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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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Find open positions for administrative assistants through job listing sites such as Indeed.com and CareerBuilder.com or through the jobs section of online classifieds such as Craigslist.org, as of 2015. It is also possib... More »

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