Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks

Booking Clerk, Break Out Man, Break Out Worker, Bulk Receiver, Car Checker, Clerk, Cloth Booker   More Names
Container Coordinator, Crew Leader, Departmental Shipping Clerk, Disposition Clerk, Distributing Clerk, Distribution Associate, Distribution Clerk, Distribution Coordinator, Express Clerk, Fish Receiver, Foreman-Shipping Department, Forwarder, Freight Breaker, Freight Clerk, Freight Handler, Freight Separator, Fruit Express Agent, Fruit Receiver, Fuel Oil Clerk, Fulfillment Mail Clerk, Garment Sorter, Grain Elevator Clerk, Gun Repair Clerk, Inbound Ingredient Logistics Specialist, Incoming Freight Clerk, Industrial Order Clerk, Information Coordinator, Inventory Control Associate, Inventory Control/Shipping-Receiving, Lead Shipper, Logistics Coordinator, Logistics Technician, Logistics/Shipper, Lookback Coordinator, Manifest/Order Organizer-Print Orders, Material Control Associate, Material Processor, Materials Assistant, Milk Receiver, Non-Food Receiving Clerk, Order Checker, Order Checker, Packer, Processer, Order Fulfillment Specialist, Overage, Shortage and Damage Clerk, Package Sorter, Paper Control Clerk, Piggyback Clerk, Print Traffic Manager, Purchasing/Receiving, Receiver, Receiver/Laborer, Receiving Associate, Receiving Clerk, Receiving Coordinator, Receiving Lead, Receiving Manager, Receiving Supervisor, Reconsignment Clerk, Return to Factory Clerk, Return to Vendor (RTV), Route Delivery Clerk, Routing Clerk, Senior Shipping Clerk, Sheet Writer, Ship Runner, Ship/Rec/Doc Control, Shipper, Shipper and Receiving, Shipper Receiver, Shipping, Shipping and Receiving, Shipping and Receiving (Warehouse), Shipping and Receiving Clerk, Shipping and Receiving Supervisor, Shipping Assistant, Shipping Checker, Shipping Clerk, Shipping Clerk/Admin, Shipping Coordinator, Shipping Helper, Shipping Lead, Shipping Lead Person, Shipping Manager, Shipping Order Clerk, Shipping Packer, Shipping Supervisor, Shipping Support, Shipping Support Clerk, Shipping-Order Clerk, Shipping/Receiving Clerk, Sorter, Sorter Pricer, Station Baggage Agent, Stock Associate, Stock Receiver, Store Receiver, Store Receiving Clerk, Switching Clerk, Team Leader, Traffic Assistant, Traffic Coordinator, Traffic Manager, Traffic Recorder, Traffic Worker, Transformer Stock Clerk, Transportation Technician, Truckload Checker, Vault Person, Vault Worker, Warehouse Shipper, Warehouse Supervisor, Warehouseman, Warehousing Technician, Weighmaster Lead
Most Common Education Levels

** This graph is based on U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data and offers a snapshot (based on a statistical sample) of the actual education and training levels of those persons who are currently working in this career. It does not necessarily reflect the education or training that an employer may require of a new hire. **

Current Entry Requirements
Most material recording clerks must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Production, planning, and expediting clerks need to have some basic computer skills. Candidates who have taken some business classes may be given preference over those who haven't. Stock clerks and order fillers generally are not required to have a high school diploma.

 
     

Career Snapshot

Typical Education:

High School or GED (HS)
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Percent Job Growth:

-2% - Decline slowly or moderately
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Typical Wages:

Annual: $25,190 - $39,010

Hourly: $12 - $19