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To close for comfort? After World War II, there was a stigma attached to the title secretary, so many people preferred to be called administrative assistant.

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Weikal said experts are deeming it the 'Mad Men' effect as there is no rational data to explain the trend. Scroll through our Popular Games list for some classic killer Stickman entertainment. Your jaw willing drop in awestruck shock when you see the smoking crater where their face used to be.

In the Mad Men series Joan had a brief affair with her boss Roger Sterling while in the fifth season advertising executive Don Draper married his secretary, Megan. A picture from shows Albert Einstein dictating a scientific paper to his conservatively dressed secretary in his attic flat in Berlin 'The idea was to encourage professional development.

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Ray Weikal, communications specialist at the International Association of Administrative Professionals IAAPwhich conducted the research, noted that for years the term used to describe an administrative assistant had been on the decline, due in part to the feminist movement.