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Administrative Services Managers - Career Information

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Administrative Managers

Administrative managers ensure that the administrative support team operates efficiently. In order to meet objectives an administrative manager plans, coordinates and organizes employees' activities. Implementing new company policies is part of the occupation. Administrative managers are employed in virtually all industries.

Effective administrative managers know the strength and weaknesses of staff members, the time required to complete tasks and the results that are required. They ensure the work meets established quality standards. Those in administrative management also provide deadlines to their staff members.

A good administrative manager might improve procedures and delete outdated practices. Those in administrative management need to inform higher level managers when newly implemented procedures are not working effectively.

Administrative managers along with financial, production, purchasing and marketing managers are regarded as functional managers. Administrative services manager is a popular job title. Administrative services managers oversee the numerous support services that help a company or organization operate efficiently.

Administrative managers often act as a liaison between administrative staff and managerial staff members. They also keep upper management informed of their progress and any problems they need assistance or advice to solve. They typically provide upper management with progress reports.

If the company is unionized they must have a thorough understanding of the labor management agreements and they might meet with union representatives to talk about work problems or grievances.

Responsibilities

  • Resolve conflicts that occur among staff members
  • Review the work of staff personnel
  • Manage quality and cost control
  • Evaluate every workers' performance
  • Collect, adapt, store and distribute information within a company
  • Interview and evaluate job candidates
  • Provide orientation to new employees
  • Provide training to new workers, such as training with the company's computer system
  • Offer training for new software and office equipment to experienced employees
  • Restructure workflow

Job Characteristics

Most administrative managers work 40 hours per week, however some companies operate around the clock, thus some managers might have to work nights, weekends and holidays. Good communication, organizational, motivational, time management and interpersonal skills are important for the job. An administrative manager should be detailed oriented, have effective coaching and leadership abilities and have good problem solving skills.

Employment Outlook

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, from 2006 to 2016 employment is expected to grow by 6% for office and administrative support supervisors and managers, which is slower than average for all occupations. The demand for office and administrative support supervisors and managers is primarily determined by the demand for administrative support employees. In addition, organizational restructuring might lower the demand for some managerial jobs and give more responsibility to office and administrative support supervisors.

Those seeking administrative supervisor and manager positions may encounter keen competition since the number of candidates should significantly exceed the number of job openings. In 2006, the median annual earnings of office and administrative support supervisors and managers was $43,510. The top ten percent earned over $71,340. Some office administrative support managers and supervisors may receive bonuses and/or stock options.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Companies often promote administrative support employees from their organization into administrative management and administrative supervisor positions. Several years of experience is typically required to move up to an administrative manager position. Workers must demonstrate they have the ability to be effective in a management position. A solid foundation with the company's computer system helps in acquiring an administrative management job.

Some employers require a bachelor's or an associate degree or some post-secondary education for an administrative management job. Courses in project management, time management and interpersonal relations are beneficial. Administrative managers seeking to move up to higher level positions may need a college degree.

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The top employment industries for administrative managers are wholesalers, banks, retail businesses, government agencies, healthcare facilities, business service companies, insurance companies and schools.

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Metro Areas Rated for Popularity for:
Administrative Services Managers

Listed below are metro areas ranked by the popularity of jobs for Administrative Services Managers relative to the population of the city, as of 2008. Salary data was obtained from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

A Relative Popularity of 1.0 means that the city has an average number of the particular job, for its population, compared to the rest of the US. Higher numbers mean proportionally more jobs of that type.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Metro Area Jobs Salary
(2013)
Relative
Popularity

Alabama

     
Huntsville 160 $91550 0.38
Birmingham 240 $89020 0.24
Hoover 240 $89020 0.24
Mobile 50 $88070 0.14
Montgomery 60 $84580 0.18
Tuscaloosa 40 $112380 0.21

Alaska

     
Anchorage 320 $85860 0.91
Fairbanks 90 $84970 1.19

Arizona

     
Flagstaff 180 $69520 1.61
Phoenix 4820 $79810 1.31
Mesa 4820 $79810 1.31
Scottsdale 4820 $79810 1.31
Prescott 110 $73680 0.93
Lake Havasu City 60 $84160 0.69
Kingman 60 $84160 0.69
Sierra Vista 50 $66030 0.73
Douglas 50 $66030 0.73
Tucson 750 $75190 1.07
Yuma 80 $69010 0.69

Arkansas

     
Hot Springs 40 $59350 0.53
Jonesboro 60 $65180 0.61
Pine Bluff 50 $62850 0.86
Little Rock 780 $68960 1.19
North Little Rock 780 $68960 1.19
Conway 780 $68960 1.19

California

     
Bakersfield 480 $90410 0.82
Fresno 730 $76140 1.1
Hanford 50 $76400 0.61
Corcoran 50 $76400 0.61
Chico 210 $73450 1.46
El Centro 90 $75550 0.83
Oxnard 590 $90750 1.02
Thousand Oaks 590 $90750 1.02
Ventura 590 $90750 1.02
Redding 90 $69610 0.76
Riverside 0 $86830 0
San Bernardino 0 $86830 0
Ontario 0 $86830 0
Sacramento 1980 $82560 1.16
Roseville 1980 $82560 1.16
Arden 1980 $82560 1.16
Arcade 1980 $82560 1.16
Salinas 330 $70570 1.03
San Diego 3600 $86470 1.36
Carlsbad 3600 $86470 1.36
Los Angeles 16010 $94220 1.45
Long Beach 16010 $94220 1.45
Anaheim 16010 $94220 1.45
Madera 50 $75070 0.63
Merced 60 $86940 0.5
Modesto 300 $89920 0.92
Napa 180 $77820 1.32
Santa Cruz 290 $90320 1.64
Watsonville 290 $90320 1.64
Santa Maria 360 $87760 1.02
Santa Barbara 360 $87760 1.02
Santa Rosa 490 $84630 1.33
San Francisco 6660 $97100 1.56
Oakland 6660 $97100 1.56
Hayward 6660 $97100 1.56
Stockton 330 $80270 0.78
Lodi 330 $80270 0.78
San Jose 3000 $117000 1.51
Sunnyvale 3000 $117000 1.51
Santa Clara 3000 $117000 1.51
Vallejo 250 $96770 1.01
Fairfield 250 $96770 1.01
Visalia 300 $63850 1.08
Porterville 300 $63850 1.08
San Luis Obispo 170 $79300 0.78
Paso Robles 170 $79300 0.78
Arroyo Grande 170 $79300 0.78
Yuba City 70 $80130 0.96

Colorado

     
Fort Collins 130 $99760 0.45
Grand Junction 40 $80490 0.34
Greeley 40 $89830 0.2
Boulder 220 $85370 0.66
Colorado Springs 270 $78550 0.54
Denver 1380 $100700 0.51
Aurora 1380 $100700 0.51
Lakewood 1380 $100700 0.51
Pueblo 60 $86120 0.51

Connecticut

     
Hartford 1530 $97030 1.35
West Hartford 1530 $97030 1.35
East Hartford 1530 $97030 1.35
New Haven 760 $100840 1.38
Waterbury 110 $92380 0.85
Bridgeport 1220 $103360 1.5
Stamford 1220 $103360 1.5
Norwalk 1220 $103360 1.5
Danbury 200 $97930 1.29

Delaware

     
Dover 70 $90280 0.57

Florida

     
Gainesville 120 $94890 0.48
Jacksonville 650 $98360 0.54
Cape Coral 170 $99580 0.38
Fort Myers 170 $99580 0.38
Crestview 120 $83960 0.6
Fort Walton Beach 120 $83960 0.6
Destin 120 $83960 0.6
Deltona 200 $107100 0.55
Daytona Beach 200 $107100 0.55
Ormond Beach 200 $107100 0.55
Orlando 1420 $105000 0.65
Kissimmee 1420 $105000 0.65
Sanford 1420 $105000 0.65
Palm Bay 250 $98470 0.64
Melbourne 250 $98470 0.64
Titusville 250 $98470 0.64
Panama City 60 $76930 0.38
Pensacola 220 $88600 0.7
Ferry Pass 220 $88600 0.7
Brent 220 $88600 0.7
Port St. Lucie 100 $102940 0.4
Punta Gorda 30 $91630 0.4
Lakeland 200 $104690 0.51
Winter Haven 200 $104690 0.51
Miami 3140 $107880 0.66
Fort Lauderdale 3140 $107880 0.66
West Palm Beach 3140 $107880 0.66
Naples 90 $91320 0.35
Immokalee 90 $91320 0.35
Marco Island 90 $91320 0.35
North Port 240 $94510 0.46
Sarasota 240 $94510 0.46
Bradenton 240 $94510 0.46
Ocala 100 $91130 0.55
Sebastian 40 $93570 0.42
Vero Beach 40 $93570 0.42
Tallahassee 260 $103350 0.84
Tampa 1720 $95710 0.72
St. Petersburg 1720 $95710 0.72
Clearwater 1720 $95710 0.72
The Villages 40 $98190 0.86

Georgia

     
Albany 80 $65430 0.69
Athens 90 $57650 0.59
Clarke County 90 $57650 0.59
Atlanta 6780 $85570 1.4
Sandy Springs 6780 $85570 1.4
Roswell 6780 $85570 1.4
Gainesville 90 $66440 0.6
Brunswick 60 $60510 0.74
Dalton 150 $72890 1.15
Rome 60 $61650 0.84
Macon 160 $65730 0.83
Savannah 300 $72230 0.95
Valdosta 60 $53050 0.6
Warner Robins 60 $69550 0.48

Hawaii

     
Kahului 180 $55080 1.28
Wailuku 180 $55080 1.28
Lahaina 180 $55080 1.28
Urban Honolulu 1160 $67550 1.31

Idaho

     
Boise City 560 $60110 1
Idaho Falls 220 $89520 1.89
Coeur d'Alene 80 $57300 0.72

Illinois

     
Bloomington 560 $92880 3.01
Champaign 190 $79460 0.99
Urbana 190 $79460 0.99
Decatur 90 $52130 0.97
Peoria 300 $59740 0.86
Rockford 270 $58520 0.94
Kankakee 70 $46610 0.83
Springfield 300 $67470 1.42

Indiana

     
Fort Wayne 190 $72780 0.45
Bloomington 60 $56710 0.43
Indianapolis 1520 $71370 0.78
Carmel 1520 $71370 0.78
Anderson 1520 $71370 0.78
Columbus 120 $98300 1.22
Elkhart 160 $72180 0.64
Goshen 160 $72180 0.64
Kokomo 40 $69880 0.48
Lafayette 80 $67250 0.44
West Lafayette 80 $67250 0.44
Muncie 100 $62620 1.19
Terre Haute 70 $59540 0.53

Iowa

     
Ames 70 $80540 0.83
Iowa City 140 $76730 0.79
Cedar Rapids 270 $78750 0.99
Des Moines 650 $78840 0.96
West Des Moines 650 $78840 0.96
Dubuque 80 $74550 0.69
Waterloo 160 $63910 0.93
Cedar Falls 160 $63910 0.93

Kansas

     
Lawrence 60 $86040 0.61
Manhattan 70 $87900 0.89
Topeka 180 $86030 0.85
Wichita 450 $73660 0.78

Kentucky

     
Bowling Green 50 $69710 0.38
Elizabethtown 50 $54870 0.49
Fort Knox 50 $54870 0.49
Owensboro 40 $66770 0.47

Louisiana

     
Alexandria 110 $65840 0.89
Baton Rouge 1000 $69050 1.3
Hammond 30 $51850 0.39
Houma 110 $77450 0.58
Thibodaux 110 $77450 0.58
Lafayette 270 $63360 0.63
Lake Charles 110 $62240 0.6
Monroe 70 $56200 0.47
New Orleans 1050 $76420 0.97
Metairie 1050 $76420 0.97
Shreveport 300 $59470 0.83
Bossier City 300 $59470 0.83

Maine

     
Lewiston 140 $63130 1.41
Auburn 140 $63130 1.41
Portland 560 $78400 1.45
South Portland 560 $78400 1.45
Bangor 160 $70360 1.29

Maryland

     
Baltimore 2950 $95020 1.15
Columbia 2950 $95020 1.15
Towson 2950 $95020 1.15
California 70 $83070 0.77
Lexington Park 70 $83070 0.77

Massachusetts

     
Leominster 90 $74820 0.94
Gardner 90 $74820 0.94
New Bedford 140 $92720 1.09
Pittsfield 90 $80310 1.13
Barnstable Town 250 $90720 1.27

Michigan

     
Ann Arbor 0 $86170 0
Battle Creek 80 $72060 0.72
Bay City 40 $76680 0.65
Flint 140 $69990 0.55
Grand Rapids 750 $85190 0.73
Wyoming 750 $85190 0.73
Jackson 130 $84320 1.07
Detroit 2340 $78670 0.63
Warren 2340 $78670 0.63
Dearborn 2340 $78670 0.63
Saginaw 140 $75150 0.85
Lansing 290 $75880 0.72
East Lansing 290 $75880 0.72
Kalamazoo 210 $74130 0.8
Portage 210 $74130 0.8
Midland 50 $61370 0.73
Monroe 60 $93380 0.73
Muskegon 50 $71490 0.42
Niles 70 $85860 0.57
Benton Harbor 70 $85860 0.57

Minnesota

     
Rochester 220 $92460 1.02
St. Cloud 180 $86200 0.89
Mankato 80 $72830 0.8
North Mankato 80 $72830 0.8

Mississippi

     
Gulfport 310 $58820 1.06
Biloxi 310 $58820 1.06
Pascagoula 310 $58820 1.06
Hattiesburg 210 $39190 1.89
Jackson 1050 $66670 2.06

Missouri

     
Jefferson City 420 $59160 3.06
Columbia 150 $80160 0.82
Joplin 100 $63090 0.67
Springfield 330 $69510 0.86

Montana

     
Billings 80 $63860 0.48
Missoula 60 $74930 0.52

Nebraska

     
Lincoln 470 $71630 1.38

Nevada

     
Carson City 110 $73230 2.05
Reno 250 $81470 0.64
Las Vegas 920 $76450 0.52
Henderson 920 $76450 0.52
Paradise 920 $76450 0.52

New Hampshire

     
Manchester 140 $73710 0.67

New Jersey

     
Atlantic City 170 $97300 0.69
Hammonton 170 $97300 0.69
Ocean City 30 $98260 0.44
Trenton 780 $109380 1.79
Vineland 60 $102040 0.55
Bridgeton 60 $102040 0.55

New Mexico

     
Albuquerque 870 $74510 1.18
Farmington 100 $69100 0.98
Las Cruces 170 $57260 1.26
Santa Fe 250 $76870 2.14

New York

     
Albany 920 $87630 1.08
Schenectady 920 $87630 1.08
Troy 920 $87630 1.08
Glens Falls 80 $69150 0.83
Ithaca 110 $104210 1.14
Buffalo 750 $86450 0.71
Cheektowaga 750 $86450 0.71
Niagara Falls 750 $86450 0.71
Binghamton 100 $85580 0.51
Elmira 40 $108900 0.61
Kingston 60 $98580 0.51
Rochester 790 $86910 0.79
Syracuse 550 $85290 0.93
Utica 150 $85290 0.63
Rome 150 $85290 0.63

North Carolina

     
Asheville 170 $84060 0.49
Fayetteville 80 $81550 0.31
Goldsboro 40 $71680 0.44
Greensboro 550 $91660 0.8
High Point 550 $91660 0.8
Greenville 70 $96620 0.49
Hickory 150 $76040 0.52
Lenoir 150 $76040 0.52
Morganton 150 $76040 0.52
Burlington 60 $97720 0.55
Durham 720 $96930 1.28
Chapel Hill 720 $96930 1.28
Raleigh 660 $95340 0.59
Rocky Mount 50 $91370 0.47
New Bern 40 $76140 0.51
Wilmington 150 $93220 0.61
Winston 260 $90310 0.52
Salem 260 $90310 0.52

North Dakota

     
Bismarck 170 $77730 1.17

Ohio

     
Akron 750 $80630 1.18
Canton 230 $73170 0.7
Massillon 230 $73170 0.7
Cleveland 1970 $79630 0.99
Elyria 1970 $79630 0.99
Columbus 2300 $84130 1.17
Dayton 520 $78370 0.73
Lima 40 $83930 0.41
Mansfield 30 $70780 0.33
Springfield 50 $70980 0.53
Toledo 590 $72540 1.03

Oklahoma

     
Lawton 100 $49800 1.17
Oklahoma City 2040 $61950 1.72
Tulsa 1450 $62480 1.7

Oregon

     
Albany 90 $54030 1.1
Grants Pass 40 $66010 0.93
Bend 130 $76100 0.97
Redmond 130 $76100 0.97
Corvallis 60 $74410 0.91
Eugene 290 $63730 1.01
Salem 320 $77620 1.04
Medford 130 $59890 0.84

Pennsylvania

     
Altoona 30 $97010 0.3
Harrisburg 690 $89880 1.12
Carlisle 690 $89880 1.12
Bloomsburg 60 $93210 0.68
Berwick 60 $93210 0.68
Johnstown 50 $78710 0.49
Chambersburg 70 $90050 0.62
Waynesboro 70 $90050 0.62
East Stroudsburg 40 $74030 0.37
Erie 90 $67430 0.37
Pittsburgh 1280 $83700 0.58
Reading 150 $89800 0.46
Lancaster 180 $84670 0.4
Lebanon 40 $73760 0.39
Scranton 240 $90240 0.49
Wilkes 240 $90240 0.49
Barre 240 $90240 0.49
Hazleton 240 $90240 0.49
State College 150 $0 1.16
Williamsport 40 $109300 0.36
York 180 $98940 0.52
Hanover 180 $98940 0.52

Puerto Rico

     
Aguadilla 60 $37530 0.71
Isabela 60 $37530 0.71
Arecibo 50 $42760 0.94
Ponce 110 $45050 0.84
Mayag�ez 120 $57610 2.09
San Germ�n 30 $39190 0.94
San Juan 2120 $48880 1.6
Carolina 2120 $48880 1.6
Caguas 2120 $48880 1.6

South Carolina

     
Florence 130 $76260 0.79
Greenville 640 $71930 0.85
Anderson 640 $71930 0.85
Mauldin 640 $71930 0.85
Hilton Head Island 90 $77740 0.64
Bluffton 90 $77740 0.64
Beaufort 90 $77740 0.64
Charleston 540 $75120 0.87
North Charleston 540 $75120 0.87
Columbia 620 $75830 0.88
Spartanburg 240 $69560 0.89

South Dakota

     
Rapid City 40 $76550 0.32
Sioux Falls 160 $82320 0.56

Tennessee

     
Jackson 110 $48700 0.9
Johnson City 110 $56090 0.76
Cleveland 80 $68110 0.89
Knoxville 880 $63700 1.2
Morristown 50 $42970 0.57
Nashville 3310 $70710 1.91
Davidson 3310 $70710 1.91
Murfreesboro 3310 $70710 1.91
Franklin 3310 $70710 1.91

Texas

     
Abilene 100 $58290 0.75
Amarillo 140 $73370 0.64
Austin 3190 $102510 1.75
Round Rock 3190 $102510 1.75
Beaumont 150 $92360 0.48
Port Arthur 150 $92360 0.48
Houston 5530 $100210 0.96
The Woodlands 5530 $100210 0.96
Sugar Land 5530 $100210 0.96
Brownsville 150 $71040 0.56
Harlingen 150 $71040 0.56
College Station 230 $88180 1.17
Bryan 230 $88180 1.17
Corpus Christi 270 $91890 0.73
Dallas 5790 $97430 0.89
Fort Worth 5790 $97430 0.89
Arlington 5790 $97430 0.89
El Paso 350 $85350 0.61
San Angelo 50 $88410 0.6
San Antonio 1490 $91140 0.8
New Braunfels 1490 $91140 0.8
Laredo 180 $83470 0.94
Longview 150 $77160 0.77
Lubbock 210 $83100 0.78
McAllen 260 $82150 0.55
Edinburg 260 $82150 0.55
Mission 260 $82150 0.55
Midland 140 $98120 0.76
Killeen 240 $58080 0.91
Temple 240 $58080 0.91
Odessa 120 $90410 0.8
Sherman 60 $68660 0.66
Denison 60 $68660 0.66
Tyler 110 $77270 0.58
Victoria 40 $75540 0.48
Waco 220 $77940 1.03
Wichita Falls 70 $88680 0.61

Utah

     
Provo 270 $81700 0.67
Orem 270 $81700 0.67
St. George 50 $62090 0.46
Salt Lake City 1340 $79150 1.04
Ogden 230 $70190 0.5
Clearfield 230 $70190 0.5

Vermont

     
Burlington 140 $79880 0.61
South Burlington 140 $79880 0.61

Virginia

     
Blacksburg 50 $85970 0.4
Christiansburg 50 $85970 0.4
Radford 50 $85970 0.4
Harrisonburg 70 $76220 0.56
Charlottesville 130 $84120 0.61
Richmond 800 $82300 0.66
Roanoke 150 $80820 0.52
Lynchburg 80 $88160 0.39
Staunton 40 $68620 0.47
Waynesboro 40 $68620 0.47

Washington

     
Bremerton 100 $72040 0.6
Silverdale 100 $72040 0.6
Bellingham 110 $75990 0.69
Longview 40 $101350 0.52
Kennewick 160 $101470 0.81
Richland 160 $101470 0.81
Mount Vernon 80 $78460 0.89
Anacortes 80 $78460 0.89
Olympia 130 $92660 0.68
Tumwater 130 $92660 0.68
Seattle 3210 $94600 0.9
Tacoma 3210 $94600 0.9
Bellevue 3210 $94600 0.9
Spokane 380 $71010 0.88
Spokane Valley 380 $71010 0.88
Walla Walla 40 $68430 0.73
Wenatchee 50 $108530 0.58
Yakima 80 $76250 0.47

West Virginia

     
Beckley 100 $71210 1.13
Charleston 410 $60200 1.79
Parkersburg 0 $67750 0
Vienna 0 $67750 0
Morgantown 110 $79930 0.87

Wisconsin

     
Appleton 260 $80120 1.09
Fond du Lac 60 $97440 0.69
Green Bay 360 $81790 1.11
Janesville 70 $92780 0.59
Beloit 70 $92780 0.59
Eau Claire 140 $80900 0.86
Oshkosh 160 $85180 0.9
Neenah 160 $85180 0.9
Racine 100 $86270 0.65
Madison 900 $94330 1.23
Milwaukee 1840 $93180 1.13
Waukesha 1840 $93180 1.13
West Allis 1840 $93180 1.13
Sheboygan 90 $97730 0.78
Wausau 90 $78550 0.67

Wyoming

     
Casper 30 $79310 0.4
Cheyenne 30 $60870 0.36
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Most Popular Industries (as of 2008) for:
Administrative Services Managers

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Industry Jobs Percent Salary
(2008)
Government 33,000 13% $70,250
Education 32,420 13% $72,310
Professional And Technical Services 20,610 8% $86,490
Office Services And Staffing 17,530 7% $62,160
Business Management 13,220 5% $85,980
Hospital 12,380 5% $77,480
Medical Office 11,820 4% $63,260
Insurance 9,300 3% $81,380
Banking And Credit 9,130 3% $78,360
Durable Goods Wholesale 6,160 2% $77,490
Nursing And Residential Care 5,460 2% $54,100
Non-profit 4,510 1% $65,130
Social Service 3,960 1% $46,830
Securities And Investment 3,890 1% $92,930
Non-durable Goods Wholesale 3,790 1% $75,190
Auto And Auto Parts Dealers 2,990 1% $75,640
Electronics And Computer 2,840 1% $88,740
Real Estate 2,800 1% $68,420
Hotel And Accomodation 2,460 1% $61,940
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  • Degrees: Certificate
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Administrative Managers Schools by State

We have some additional detailed pages at the state level for Administrative Services Managers.

Numbers in parentheses are counts of relevant campus-based schools in the state; online schools may also be available.

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