I applied for a legal administrative assistant position. A question in an email from the company asked this. I know not to say something the job involves, but I'm not sure exactly how to answer.
I was offered administrative assistant job based in another state. I applied not knowing it was work from home. I did not have to pay and it does not come across as a scam. Is working from home a new legit job opportunity or are they all scams?
I am a recent college graduate in Atlanta. I have a degree in English, and I am looking for an administrative assistant job in the Atlanta area. I have had experience as a part-time administrative assistant in college. Has anyone had any positive experiences with a certain agency?
I am interested in law but im not very comfortable with public speaking at all. I would like to be a legal assistant of some kind and im looking into Paralegals and i just read about Legal Administrative Assistance. As of right now im leaning more towards a paralegal. Can anybody give me some information on both professions? Like exactly what a Legal Administrative Assistance does? and what a Paralegal does. Salary? School?
I am looking into going back to school i was thinking about medical billing, mefical coding and billing, office assistant, medical office assistant, legal secretary,or administrative assistant. but i want to know how much each job gets paid before i start the wrong one and not make as much money as i could....please help i cant wear this uniform anymore.
I am very interested in working at a law firm as a legal secretary, but my question is how much do they make a year compares to an administrative assistant? I also want to know do legal secretaries make more than administrative assistants, and how much do legal assistants make at a law firm? Are legal assistants the same as legal secretaries? I just want to know since I would like to work at a law firm as a legal secretary.
I want to know in the United States. I live in Chicago, and I want to know the amount they make and also in Los Angeles, CA since I am looking at moving there in two years.
I am applying for a job on line and the ad asks for me to send in my cover letter, resume and a writing sample. I have my resume and cover letter, but what kind of writing sample do I submit? The job is for an Administrative Assistant at the Legal Aid Society in NYC. Thanks.
I am between jobs and having trouble getting hired in my profession (paralegal). I am a guy, in my late 40's and have a good grasp of various computer programs like Word, Excel, Access and Outlook Express. Would it be difficult for me to get work through a temp agency as an administrative assistant? I haven't been able to get jobs through legal recruitment agencies for legal temp work.
Does anyone know how much a Medical Administrative Assistant make per hour? Because I am interested and hope to major in that field.
Those who've experienced please tell me anything. Thank you!
Do they work in a business office? I don't want to work in the medical or legal office and was wondering if administrative assistants can work in a business office. Can I have examples of what kind of business offices there are for this job? Thanks.
When i took my job as an administrative assistant, my employer stated very clearly that i would have health coverage, but not dental. In 3 weeks it will be a YEAR and he has still not provided me with health insurance. What do I do? I live and work in New York.
I spoke with my employer about 7 months ago, and he asked me to be patient, that it will occur. But 7 months later nothing has happened. I originally got the job through a temp agency and so yes it is documented that i am suppose to have healthcare. Furthermore, it is a small business with only 5 other employees and they all have insurance, and all of the past employees who worked my job have had insurance as well!!! I think that because i was a college student when i started working there, they think that i can be ignored and devalued and not give me what i deserve!!!
Secretary/Admin Assistant/PA - whatever the job title is!
Monthly or annual salary - I just need a general idea really of what I could earn doing this kind of work. Thanks
My boss has been doing some interviews for an administrative assistant position. One of the questions she asks in the interview is, "What is your favorite animal and tell us why you like it?" My boss feels whatever animal they choose reflects who that person is, ie the characteristics of the animal. I can see how she might relate, but I find it to be an unjust question. One woman said her favorite animal is a a sea lion because she has had a stuff animal sea lion since she was a little girl. My boss took that answer as her being lazy because sea lions do lay around a lot.
What do you think?
I am currently an at home mom with 3 young children my 2 older children will be in Nursery and preschool for a few hours daily. I figured that this would give me time to make some extra money to help with our family's income. I was an international and national inside sales coordinater for some time, then moved back to my hometown where I was a legal secretary for 6 years or so. Obviously my knowledge is within law and more specific personal injury law. Are employers looking for this type of worker and if so does anyone have any leads for me in the albany, NY area??? Thanks!
Is it much better than an associates in Business administrative assistant?? Im in school again now, tryin to see if maybe I should change my major to be better prepared to move there
I am am looking to attend school there and I will just be moving spontaneously so I only have about a month and a half to plan. What are the best areas in the city of Houston? What is rent like? What is the major industry there? I currently work as a secretary in an attorney's office in Las Vegas and wanted to know how the job market for legal assistants or administrative work is there.
I'm considering majoring in Political Science Bachelor's degree, undergraduate study at University of Washington.
What sort of jobs are MORE LIKELY to be hired in?
Yes, I understand college degree's do not guarantee any job in any field.
I am just looking for general idea of what specific jobs are likely to be hired into.
Legal assistant jobs don't pay very much without a paralegal cert. and I have a family to support immediately. I also have very little "legal" experience besides summer internships while in law school. Please help!!!
I keep hearing the argument that people without health insurance are lazy, but then people are fighting health care reform regarding small business tooth and nail.
So if I work a 40+ hour week as an Administrative Assistant for a small legal firm that doesn't provide health insurance, but gives me the hours I need to go back to school part time, am I lazy?
Just to see all the different jobs people do and average salary.
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