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Related Jobs: Financial Clerks




Financial clerks enter data into a computer, handle cash, and keep track of business and other financial transactions. Higher level financial clerks can generate reports and analyze the data. Other occupations that perform these duties include brokerage clerks; cashiers; credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks; loan interviewers and clerks; new-accounts clerks; order clerks; and secretaries and administrative assistants.

For more information on financial clerks, see the statements on bill and account collectors; billing and posting clerks and machine operators; bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks; gaming cage workers; payroll and timekeeping clerks; procurement clerks; and tellers, all following this statement on financial clerks.