Cambridge, MN (PRWEB) July 7, 2006
Virtual assistants in a virtual world create business solutions to anyone from home-based business owners to top corporate executives. Why? Well think about it; the job gets done by highly skilled professionals; however, they are not on the payroll. Administrative assistants have been sought after for countless years.
An average administrative assistant in the U.S. makes an average of 30,000 dollars a year, according to the Department of Labor. Not every executive is going to part with that much money per year. It is much easier to contract with a company that can do the same work, and not cost as much.
Everyone knows that one person cannot do everything. Find the top sales guru in any industry; do think he does his own paperwork? Probably not. He would rather spend his time perfecting his product as well as his contact list. Making travel arrangements and hiring new employees are not on the top of his list; however, it needs to get done.
Having a Virtual Assistant can save any business professional time and money. They are highly trained professionals who may specialize in certain tasks or projects. If you have not heard of it yet, or looked into it, you should... your competition already has.
Nicole Davidson, owner of My Personal Assistant, states, “This is not a new industry what so ever. It is not as well known to the people that could really benefit. We are living in a virtual world and the virtual needs of businesses are growing everyday.”
You can visit My Personal Assistant website at http://www.mypa1.com
Tips on finding your own Virtual Assistant can be found at http://www.mypa1.com/news.html
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