Data Entry Clerks

Data entry clerks are responsible for entering data into computer systems so that the information can be processed at various times to produce sales reports, billing invoices, mailing lists, and other documents. Specific job responsibilities vary according to the computer system and employer. For example, a data entry clerk may enter financial information for use at a bank, merchandising information for use at a store, or scientific information for use at a research laboratory.


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