We are excited to share our brand-new Weekly Tea with Sandra from Mexico. In this segment, we invite Job Duck virtual assistants from all over the world to tell us what it’s like to work from home with Job Duck.
In this episode, we meet Sandra, who works remotely from Mexico. Sandra applied for the administrative assistant position while looking for home office opportunities. In her experience, the application process was long and detailed but also fun and different from other processes she’s encountered.
“It was creative, and that’s what kept me going. It kept me interested, so I really enjoyed it.” – Sandra from Mexico
After successfully completing her application process, Sandra became the virtual administrative assistant of a U.S.-based billing department. Some of her daily tasks include preparing reports, reviewing balances, and following up with the firm’s clients, among other responsibilities. It wasn’t difficult for Sandra to say that she has been enjoying working with the U.S.-based team.
“The teamwork makes it very chill and laid back. It’s not boring, I really enjoy it.” – Sandra from Mexico
Right before the interview ended, Sandra took the time to share some last words of encouragement for the people who are still hesitant about applying for the available career opportunities at Job Duck.
“It is a very fulfilling experience. I’ve made a lot of friends as well. It’s really worth it. I’ve learned a lot from the U.S. firm’s mindset. I’ve been improving in myself, personally and professionally.” – Sandra from Mexico
Watch the full episode below! And also, if you have good English skills (both written and spoken) like Sandra, own a computer, a headset, a permanent workspace at home, and are looking for a career as a virtual assistant, CLICK HERE to apply now. Also, subscribe to our Weekly Job Flash Newsletter, where you can find out what career opportunities are available!
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