Job Description: General Office Clerks file documents, type letters and reports, operate photocopiers, deliver messages, and sort mail. They may also operate computer terminals to enter data, facsimile machines, word processors, and other types of electronic equipment. Some clerks interview customers, clients, or job applicants, schedule appointment, provide information, and perform specialized tasks such as maintaining the payroll records, and keeping the books and specific types of office records.
Wages - Statewide:
To give you an idea of how much you might earn, we have given you the average hourly wages and average yearly wages for this career throughout California. Wages can vary greatly in different parts of the State.
Hourly Average Wages:
Yearly Average Wages:
Source: California Occupational Employment and Wage Data, 2010
An average of 8570 job openings will be available statewide per year. The number of openings includes both new jobs and replacement openings as workers leave the occupation.
Source: California Occupational Employment Projections 2008 - 2018