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victoria355 views

Will I be able to trust my coworkers and boss in an Administraive Assistant job?

Will I be given the tools and help to do my job as asked?

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victoria316 views

Will I be comfortable in an Administrative Assistant job?

Will I be recognized for my hard work and given the right tools to do my job correctly?

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victoria262 views

Will an Administrative Assistant job be beneficial to my schedule?

What does the schedule look like?

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Everardo289 views

What does a typical day look like for Administrative Assistants?

I've had high expectations in mind for time management. Extra information is the investigative part of me that is frightened.

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Everardo1185 views

What is the different software Administrative Assistants use?

On the job is an Administrative assistant's software made by Google. I have used Google Docs in the past.

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Megan884 views

How did you find and get hired for your very first job?

I’ve been struggling to find my first job, and I'm curious to hear about how other people have gotten a job when they had no experience.

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Zainab510 views

How to Ace your Certified Clinical Medical Assistant examination?

Tip and strategies

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raadi640 views

what is best subject joining for ias.

how to become ias and raw agent joining #college #military #criminal-justice #government #acting-uppcs #navy #administrative #india

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erika576 views

What made you wan to pursue your current career?

I am currently in training to become an Medical Administrative Assistant and would like to know a few things before I continue with my training. #healthcare #medicine #administrative #assistant #career-pathway

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Paige602 views

Does the Administrative field have a good job outlook in the future?

I am worried about finding a job once I get my degree #administrative

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Alicia866 views

Certificate in Administrative Assistant worth it?

I’m currently enrolled in college to get a certificate on Administrative Assistant but I’ve seen the job postings and mostly all of them say Masters or they need previous experience. Would I need to get an Associate in Administrative Assistant? #administrative #administrative-work

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Nargis980 views

I want to become a radio jockey. what skills do I require the most and is there any madatory qualifications like bachelors or masters degree?

I want to know more on how I can become a radio jockey #marketing #advertising #radio-host #presentations #administrative #access

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Gwen 1059 views

How does one balance two majors at once?

I plan on majoring in music education with either a second major or minor in psychology. Doing something in the science field was kind of a big leap for me, but I have always loved discovering how the brain works. I thought that pairing my interest of music and/or multilingualism with the field would be fascinating. But if my primary interest, since I was fairly young, is music how can balance the two whilst maintaining a healthy life? #psychology #music #double-major #administrative

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A question for dentists: would you recommend working in an administrative position in a dental office before starting your own practice?

Hello! My name is Jennifer, and I am a pre-dental student at Virginia Commonwealth University. I was wondering if any dentists would advise pre-dental students to seek administrative positions in dental offices to learn more about the "business" side of running a practice. My general dentist told me that when he started his own practice, it was a huge struggle for him to become an expert in areas such as billing, insurance, etc. This really got me thinking. (I suppose it would be a lot easier if you were to join a group practice where there are already people in place who are in charge of those administrative duties.) I will be taking a gap year between the end of my undergraduate studies and dental school, so I was hoping to find a position during that time period that is 1) paid and 2) within a dental office. I would prefer to become a dental assistant so that I can add to my clinical experience, but in case I can't land an assisting position, I was wondering if you all would recommend a front desk position (or something along those lines). Thank you so much for your time! #dentistry #dentist #dental #administrative #administrative-work

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