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Office secretaries provide administrative support for executives, departments and, in some cases, an entire staff. The secretary answers the phone, develops and maintains a filing system, sets appointments, maintains eve... More »

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The Secretary of Agriculture is a presidential Cabinet member responsible for the United States Department of Agriculture, whose obligation is to support America's food providers, farmers, ranchers and growers, in their ... More »

A good secretary displays excellent organization skills, has a good eye for detail, represents her employer properly when meeting with clients, answers the phone politely, and greets guests with enthusiasm. Other good qu... More »

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