A ten year study, conducted by a local administrative assistant, has concluded that yes, this is what life is all about. Filing and typing and answering the telephone. This is as good as it's going to get for you. Sorry.
The administrative assistant in charge of the study followed her own career over the course of a ten year period, making detailed case
notes on social media such as "Can't they order their own fucking sandwiches?" and "WHAT IS THAT SMELL?? #cubiclessuck". The administrative assistant dedicated every waking moment of her life to the study, except for weekends when she completely forgot that the study existed. But then Monday came along and goddammit, the study started again.
While initial findings and inspirational Facebook memes indicated that there was still a sliver of hope, by the end of the ten year period it was clear that no, this is pretty much it. Printing labels and sticking them onto file folders one hundred times in a row is the reason that you were given the gift of life and born into this world, so you'd better just get used to it.
As a control group, the administrative assistant studied the careers of several friends who did not enter into the field of administrative support. Such friends include Lisa, who thinks she's special just because she became a lawyer, Mark, who thinks he's cool just because he became a player for the NBA, and Tara who thinks she's hot shit because she plays the violin for an orchestra in Vienna.
Preliminary results indicated that you shouldn't have even bothered going to college, while by the end of the ten year period it was confirmed that yes, college was a total waste of your parent's money. Further research also found that when you want something, all of the universe conspires in helping you achieve it, except in your case. Just forget it. I mean, it's been ten years.
Complete results of the study may be found on the administrative assistant's Facebook newsfeed, Blogger page, and within several thousand emails to her administrative coworkers who used to be content in their careers but have since concluded that shit, she's right.