Office Clerks, General

Administration Clerk, Administrative Clerk (Admin Clerk), Admissions Evaluator   More Names
Agent-Licensing Clerk, Animal Hospital Clerk, Animal Shelter Clerk, Auction Assistant, Audit Control Clerk, Automobile Contract Clerk, Blood Bank Calendar Control Clerk, Blood Bank Credit Clerk, Blood Donor Unit Assistant, Board Attendant, Broadcast Checker, Call Center Specialist, Car Distributor, Career Guidance Technician, Chart Clerk, Charter, Circulation Clerk, Clerical Aide, Clerical Assistant, Clerical Dentist Assistant, Clerical Office Worker, Clerk, Code and Test Clerk, Congressional District Aide, Copyright Expert, Credit Card Clerk, Credit Card Control Clerk, Data Examination Clerk, Desk Clerk, Diet Clerk, Document Coordinator, Document Examiner, Document Processor, Election Clerk, Examination Proctor, Field Assistant, Field Clerk, Field Representative, Fingerprint Clerk, Floor Clerk, Floor Space Allocator, Front Office Clerk, General Clerk, General Office Clerk, General Office Worker, Government Clerk, Grading Clerk, Greige Goods Marker, History Card Clerk, Identification Clerk, Insurance Clerk, Laboratory Clerk, Laundry Clerk, Loan Assistant, Lost and Found Clerk, Lost Charge Card Clerk, Map Clerk, Marketing Clerk, Media Clerk, Medical Office Assistant, Medical Office Worker, Melter Clerk, News Assistant, Office Administrator, Office Aide, Office Assistant, Office Associate, Office Automation Clerk, Office Clerical Helper, Office Clerk, Office Coordinator, Office Employee, Office Helper, Office Services Specialist, Office Support Assistant, Office Worker, Order Caller, Police Aide, Police Clerk, Press Clippings Cutter and Paster, Principal Clerk, Prize Coordinator, Process Server, Program Support Clerk, Property Clerk, Property Coordinator, Radio Message Router, Real Estate Assistant, Real Estate Clerk, Returned Telephone Equipment Appraiser, Router, Stubber, Telegraph Service Clerk, Test Technician, Throw-Out Clerk, Trace Clerk, Train Clerk, Trip Follower, Underwriting Clerk, Unit Clerk, Utility Worker, Weather Clerk, Wrong Address Clerk, Yard Clerk
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 general office clerks have a high school diploma or GED. Business education programs offered in high schools, community and junior colleges, and postsecondary vocational schools can help people prepare for an entry-level job as a general office clerk. Courses in office practices, word processing, and other computer applications are particularly helpful.

 
     

Career Snapshot

Typical Education:

High School or GED (HS)
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Percent Job Growth:

3% - Little or no change
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Typical Wages:

Annual: $23,300 - $39,530

Hourly: $11 - $19