If you’re thinking about becoming a personal assistant to an executive, entrepreneur, local celebrity, professional athlete, or high-net-worth family, there has never been a better time. The demand for PAs is overwhelming, and with so much to do in a single day, the new “right-hand” is a must have.
Great job perks
Working as an assistant is so much more than a paycheck – it’s an adventure. If you’re working for a celebrity or billionaire, for example, then traveling on private jets or staying in world-class homes is commonplace. Essentially, you’re getting paid to see the world.
A personal assistant job is one of the few professions where candidates without a college degree can make six-figure salaries. The key is to fit your skill set with the right employer because every PA job is different (based on the employer’s personal needs and industry).
No two days are alike
The days of gofers are over. While it’s true that an assistant does simpler tasks like running errands and going to the grocery store, most personal assistants are hybrid positions with executive PA, so they are attending high-level meetings and managing personal and professional calendars for Forbes list billionaires.
Learning from business leaders
If you’re working with an icon of industry or some other business mogul, then you’re going to see them in action every day that you go to work. This experience, in a word: priceless.
A great steppingstone
Being a personal assistant to a renowned executive, celebrity or business leader is a fabulous way to prove yourself worthy and either move-up in that company or start your own. Many celebrity assistants, for example, have gone on to start their own companies using the experience and leverage they gained from working for the famous person.
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Written for assistants and estate managers working for celebrities, CEOs, UHNW families, billionaires and royalty