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As an entry-level admin assistant, you’ll be at the center of an office. You’ll have a hand in almost every department. Learning how the cogs turn and what needs to happen to push deliverables out the door. All the while making valuable connections and learning important skills. You’ll be able to position yourself to advance into marketing, human resources, or operations management.
The only catch?
You need to get that admin assistant job in the first place. And how are you supposed to do that if you have no experience working in an office?
The answer is with an entry level administrative assistant resume that’ll make the hiring manager stop in their tracks and toss the other applicants’ resumes in the trash. Here’s how make your own resume look as stellar as the one below:
Cory is a career expert with extensive experience in manufacturing and consulting. He recognizes the life-changing impact great career advice can have, and that's why he shares expert tips with every job seeker out there.