Administrative Professionals' Day

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2022 DateApril 27, 2022
2023 DateApril 26, 2023
Administrative Professionals' Day

Administrative Professionals' Day History

Administrative Professionals’ Day seeks to celebrate and show appreciation for administrative professionals. This includes secretaries, receptionists, and office assistants, and other administrative support professionals. This day recognizes the efforts put forth in managing day-to-day responsibilities. It aims to reward administrative professionals with either monetary gifts or special lunches.

Administrative Professionals’ Day was established in 1952 by the president of the National Secretaries Association Mary Barrett. Alongside her were C. King Woodbridge and Harry F. Klemfuss. It is observed during the last full week of April on Wednesday.

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Administrative Professionals Day Facts & Quotes

  • According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 3,638,800 secretaries/administrative assistants in the U.S. in 2019.
  • Formerly called National Secretary's Day, the name was changed to Administrative Professional's Day in 2000 to keep up with changing job titles.
  • The last full week of April is designated to Administrative Professional's Week.
  • The original Secretaries Day was designed to attract potential employees. It was thought that this would help alleviate the skilled office worker shortage.
  • Always be nice to secretaries. They are the real gatekeepers in the world - Anthony J. D'Angelo

Administrative Professionals' Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • If you are an employer, provide a business-related gift to your administrative support staff.
  • Smile at any administrative professional's you come in contact with.
  • Attend a seminar or conference to expand your administrative capabilities.

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