Office assistants perform administrative and routine clerical tasks. Their responsibilities may include organizing and managing files, acting as receptionists, scheduling meetings and appointments, and supporting other staff with organizational tasks.
For most office assistant positions a high school diploma or equivalent degree is usually sufficient. Some employers, however, require an associate's degree. Office assistants need to have advanced computer skills, and they typically have strong time management and organizational skills.
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