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Stress

Sure, there’s stress. You will have a lot of responsibility as an administrative assistant. People will be counting on you to get things done well and on time. You may be in charge of acting as the front line for your organization, greeting incoming calls and customers and getting them the help that they may need. Some of those people may be irate. Your boss may be demanding. These are the realities of an administrative assistant. But you are prepared with the skills you need to show them that you can handle the responsibilities. That’s why you’re here, right?

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