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Executive Assistants need to be organized and efficient.
Executive Assistants generally require a bachelor’s degree, though some companies will hire individuals with high school diplomas as long as they have 5+ years of experience.
Requirements for licensure vary by state but generally involve the following:
Certifications are not mandatory, but can improve your chances of landing the job.
The job outlook for Executive Assistants is decreasing at 10% per year, because companies are increasingly replacing Executive Assistants with Administrative Assistants -- who are cheaper.
Executive Assistants make $62,920 per year on average. However, salaries could be as high as $74,460 depending on experience, certifications, and location.
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