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Receptionists

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According to the U.S. Department of Labor, approximately 1,101,500 people are employed as receptionists and information clerks. Many work in service-providing industries, with healthcare and social assistance providers employing about 46 percent of all receptionists and information clerks. Factories, wholesale and retail stores, and service providers also employ a large percentage of these workers. Most receptionists work full time.

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