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What is the difference between a Secretary, a Receptionist and an Administrative Assistant?

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Receptionists usually sits up front and answers phones, greets customers, sometimes books conference rooms and orders lunch. Occasional light administrative work. Secretary and Administrative Assistant are the same thing. PS: Executive Administrative Assistant you work for an 'executive' and make alot more money.
Answered By: Sour Girl® - 1/31/2011
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