''If you are doing your own paperwork, you are your own assistant''

An administrative assistant is responsible for supporting the executive of their organization. The main duties are to creating menus, research and data entry, invoicing, maintain records, manage contracts, send out communications on behalf of the organization and provide administrative support for the employees in their department.

Other Administrative tasks usually requires computer skills to do tasks such as bookkeeping, and general knowledge about how to conduct business. For example, a secretary answers phones, takes and distributes dictation, prepares routine correspondence, prepares meeting minutes and agendas, monitors the flow of work through an office or department, maintains filing systems and databases, and often keeps time sheets.

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