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Data Entry Clerks

Work Environment

Most data entry clerks work 37–40 hours per week, with part-time positions becoming increasingly popular. Data entry workstations are usually located in comfortable, well-lighted areas. Data entry clerks usually work side by side with other employees and, in most cases, under close supervision, although there are some opportunities for data entry operators to work from home. The work is routine, repetitious, and fast-paced and demands the constant, concentrated use of eyes and hands.

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