Additionally, Administrative Associates have more skills than just Financial Statements, Customer Service, and Data Entry. Read about their personality traits here:
In order to accomplish your goal of becoming a Administrative Associate, we've found that over half, 39.7% to be exact, of Administrative Associates have a bachelor's degree. The good news is that it doesn't seem like more schooling than that is necessary with only 17.7% having master's degrees. While it's true that most Administrative Associates have a college degree, it's generally possible to become one with only a high school degree. In fact, one out of every six Administrative Associates did not spend the extra money to attend college.
The Administrative Associates who went onto college to earn a more in-depth education generally studied Business and Health Care Administration, while a small population of Administrative Associates studied Accounting and Psychology.
Now that you have your degree, you're ready to become an Administrative Associate. So where do you start applying? According to our research, Administrative Associates are mostly hired by Stanford University, Backus Hospital, and Hartford HealthCare. Now is a good time to apply as Stanford University has 11 Administrative Associates job openings, and there are 6 at Backus Hospital and 6 at Hartford HealthCare.
Since salary is super important to some, it's good to note that Administrative Associates are figured to earn the highest salaries at JPMorgan Chase, Aera Energy, and Shell. If you were to take a closer look at JPMorgan Chase, you'd find that the average Administrative Associate salary is $78,230. Then, onto Aera Energy, Administrative Associates receive an average salary of $55,174, while the salary at Shell is $46,814. Now, we need to figure out how difficult it will be to earn a spot with these companies. Currently, JPMorgan Chase has 1 jobs listed for Administrative Associates. Additionally, Aera Energy and Shell only have 0 and 0 job openings.
The most prestigious Administrative Associates can be found working at University of California Press, US Army, and Kelly Services. We determine this by assessing the schools where Administrative Associates have earned their degrees, and then looking at the companies that have hired a significant number of Administrative Associates from the top 100 educational institutions in the United States.
For the most part, Administrative Associates make their living in the Education and Health Care industries. Administrative Associates tend to make the most in the Government industry with an average salary of $47,389, while they generally only make $31,140 and $30,896 in the Health Care and Education industries respectively. Additionally, Administrative Associates who work in the Government industry make 62.5% more than Administrative Associates in the Manufacturing Industry.