I want to work in an office. What are some specific jobs I can do?

I want to work in an office but I don't know what the specific job titles are? What are some things I can do at an office? What can I become at an office? What classes can I take?

Asked By: Robertdinho - 6/14/2007
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A business management degree would work well with your desire to work in an office. Of course any degree can be used to get an office job (computer science/engineering, english, history, etc... More
Answered By: gotcha212 - 6/14/2007
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Office jobs can range from receptionist, where you work in a front office and greet people who come in, answer the main phone, take messages, make coffee, things like that...or much more like being an office assistant an office manager or an exwecutive assistant. I think the higher up you go the more education... More
Answered By: radamidov - 6/14/2007
There are countless positions that requires one to work in an office setting. You need to figure out exactly what you want to do. My recommendation is to figure out what industry you want to work in, i.e. Accounting, Administration, Human Resources, Health Care, Information Technology, etc. The list can go on and on... More
Answered By: highly_motivate - 6/14/2007
There are a lot of office jobs scuh as receptionist, administrative assitant, executive assistant, human resources manager, file clerk, mail room clerk, etc, etc. So, you have to find what field you like and stick with that filed. Mostly everybody works in an office. There are financial offices, non-profit, medical... More
Answered By: margaretfong2 - 6/14/2007
If you work in an office all day you'll wish for an early death. Excuse my sarcasm, but I've worked in an office environment for 20 years and the tedium is excruciating. Make sure the job is something that you will find enjoyable and something that allows you to grow.
Answered By: Dawn F - 6/18/2007
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