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Typists and Word Processors

Work Environment

Typists and word processors usually work 35 to 40 hours per week at workstations in clean, bright offices. They usually sit most of the day in a fairly small area. The work is detailed and often repetitious, and approaching deadlines may increase the pressure and demands placed on typists and word processors.

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