What would be some programs that would be used daily by a financial secretary? And what else would they be required to do?
You know how lawyers have personal assistants?
Are they called a legal secretary, im not sure but I think theres a difference. Someone help me out, its for school.
How much does an entry-level assistant or secretary get paid an hour in a law office if he or she has obtained units in Paralegal studies? With little experience. Assuming they start working in the area of family law or workers compensation?
And what degree, or any other educational requirements, do you need for each job?
And what do they do?
If this helps, or changes some things, i live in Canada, and i won't be going to university for like 4 or 5 years.
I am 17 years old and want to become a financial manager, what course should i do in college and university so that i can become this. I would preferably like to do a BTEC national diploma instead of A levels. Please can someone help me :( thanks ox
A lot of people want a white collared kind of job, be office workers, be doctors, professionals of sorts, however, there are manual labor jobs like what automechanics and machinists do that get paid well.What options are there for those who prefer a non-college degree requiring job?
I am going to school for Health Information Technology and am just wondering what kind of jobs I can get when I graduate. It will be an associates degree. All of the descriptions that I get on the internet are very vague. Also if you know of anyone with this degree, do tell! Thank You
I am searching for a career in computers. The issue is, if I mention computers people say, "go into computer science or computer engineering."
I don't want to go into the making of computers - I just want to find a job that uses computers frequently. Any ideas?
I mean more along the lines of the main focus of the job is on using computers and such.
Admissions, Professors, etc. What other jobs are there and what degree do I have to earn in order to work at a University?
What is University Studies? Texas Tech offers that.
I am currently an administrator. I am 20 years old and would like to train to become a legal secretary. I am thinking about completing the Diploma I found on the Institute of Legal Secretary's website, completing it from home.
Can anybody tell me if this is a good starting point. Will it be less official if i study from home? Will this definately be valid and recognised, where do I go from there?
I have a BS degree with teaching certification. I have been teaching for 20 years but ready for a change. What classes/degree work is needed for a legal secretary/paralegal?
Let's say you are one semester away from completing your Bachelors and have been working as an Administrative Assistant for 5 years at the same company? The company is also well known in the financial/investment world. By well paid i mean upwards 60K.
I just applied/interviewed for a job as a legal secretary. I have no experience as a legal secretary (but experience working as an office assistant), and have a bachelor's degree. The employer wants me to come up with my desired salary, but I am having difficulty establishing this. The job does not offer benefits, and I am afraid of selling myself short. Any ideas? I have been told by an attorney who works in the same area that $32,000 is a reasonable salary to ask for.
I'm studying law and was just curious to know what i should know or study more on if i was to get a job as a legal assistant.
I live in Oklahoma and i would love to be a secretary or somthing that could help my doctor career. Or even workinf in a store but somewhere i'll get paid good at
I'm researching in order to be a legal Secretary.
I'm getting my bachelors. I'm wondering what majors do i need in order to become one?
I want to know what are the job functions of a company secretary. How is a typical day like for a CS. Is it a complete desk job or does it involve travelling too? Is it a very demanding job? Please dont copy paste from the website as I know what is written there. It would be really nice if some one who knows about the profession could help me.
OK, I work full-time doing secretary work in a hospital, but I'm free mornings and weekends and would like to look into getting a job as a paralegal. Any websites recommended to find a job? How do I go about pursuing this career?
I got offered a job as an executive assistant from them and i took it but am skeptical too if it is a scam or not?
I need someone to answer who has worked for them or actually knows this is a scam please, thanks.
I did get offer from real website and number is 812-618-0366
I have an interview with an attorney who basically deals with financial fraud. (I'm an undergrad sophomore.) I was wondering what kind of work I would actually be doing because I've never worked in an office before. Thanks.