Woman Gets World RECORD as Oldest Office Manager

Woman Gets World RECORD as Oldest Office Manager

Photo: Guinness World Records

A 90-year-old Japanese woman has earned herself a Guinness World Record for being the world’s oldest office manager.

According to news agency United Press International, she has worked for the same company since 1956.

Up to now, Yasuko Tamaki still works five days a week at Sunco Industries for 7 and a half hours a day.

“All I did was doing what I’m expected to do for 90 years, so I don’t know what to say! I am truly touched,” Takami said.

When asked about her secrets, the woman said achieving such a long tenure at the company came naturally.

“I think it’s just an accumulation. I always thought that I was born to be of help to someone,” Takami explained.

The office manager told reporters in an interview that she has no plans to retire just yet.

Meanwhile, a 17-year-old girl from Montana has become the youngest American in history to earn a doctorate degree.

She studied business administration program at California Intercontinental University.

Kimberly Strable nabbed the record after she successfully presented her dissertation virtually.

The school then awarded her a doctorate in business administration with an emphasis in global leadership.

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