“Hiring a virtual assistant has been one of my best decisions recently,” said Simon Brisk, CEO of Click Intelligence. “It saves up a lot of my time and effort. Almost all the business executives I have met have an assistant, and most of them prefer a virtual setting.”
“There’s a huge demand for virtual assistants, particularly post-pandemic. And most employers prefer younger people for the job. That is because young people are generally more tech-savvy and flexible. Therefore, Gen Z should consider getting into this gig.
“Apart from the decent compensation, VAs can get the opportunity to work with industry leaders and possibly learn from their experiences and expertise. Not to mention, the prospect of getting a permanent job with their employer. My virtual assistant works at $30 per hour, and she is highly skilled at the job.”
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