Office Administration Jobs
As the name implies, office administration is the staff needed to keep an organization up and running. Administration job duties can vary from a full scale of office jobs including executive secretaries that assist high profile executives, medical secretaries, that assist doctors and others within the health care field, and legal secretaries that assist lawyers.
More and more, administrative assistant jobs are moving away from traditional secretarial work that includes assisting top management with day-to-day activities, travel arrangements and correspondence, to more of a leadership role in communications and information distribution. Administrative jobs are expected to increase steadily over the next eight years, and office admin jobs can be part-time, temporary, or even telecommute. Although a college degree is generally not required, most office assistant jobs require software proficiency, along with additional coursework and certification.
Office manager jobs usually are at the helm of an operation, and those in the position take care of ordering office supplies, arrange meetings, and depending how small the company, can also double as bookkeeping and IT. Office support jobs can be found in all types of companies, and can go under titles like customer service manager, teller supervisor or administrative support. Medical office jobs have similar functions to those in a non-medical environment. Due to the increasing nature of the health care industry, the medical administration jobs are expected to be the fasted growing of all administrative jobs.
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