I was a receptionist at a medical office. I got the job by walking in and applying for it. My duties included:
- answering multi-line phones and directing calls
- data entry (client info and presc
- assisting clients with paperwork (initial visit info, insurance applications)
- cancelling, scheduling, and rescheduling appointments, changing appointments around to better suit clients and staff
- receiving and sending mail
- inter-office communications (basically creating email memos that would be sent to everyone in the office)
- greeting clients and giving them information and directions
- filing records and organizing paperwork for specific purposes
- calling clients at home to remind them of appointments
- payment receipt
- usually I would offer to help with other things too, though they were not in my job desc
Sit at a desk and waste your life away dealing with Power Drunk A-Hole Bosses and Backstabbing A$$ kissing Co-Workers I've been doing it for 27 plus years.
Lets Hope Not.
The same stuff that they do at Dunder-Mifflin in Scranton, PA...you get one by having a lot of education and applying at McDonalds...lol
Instead of doing manual / physical labor, you use your brain to contribute / create various projects. There are many ways to get one. First figure out what you want to do then apply. Personally I'd look for an internship in a Fortune 500 company.
You can do an internship in high school and all through college. Many internships are paid and you recieve credit towards your education.
Go to college, get a degree. Most companies require a formal education.
mostly administration and clerical works (boring for me)
I use to work as the main office receptionist and insurance billing
....... I have a degree as a Health Unit Coordinator