Administrative Support Administrative support professionals are the driving force for companies in most industries. They manage back office tasks and keep busy behind the scenes, handling everything from travel planning to invoicing. Opportunities in this area can be competitive, but many workers who step into administrative support positions climb the ladder quickly; so a closed door may not stay closed for long.
If you choose this path, you have two options: stay where you are and excel in support, or choose a path into another part of the company or industry. Review this administrative support occupation overview to learn more about the skills you need to succeed in this role.
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