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Salaries of Office Workers in Selected Large Cities.
United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Salaries of Office Workers in Large Cities. ermit. ohn. nformation. on salary levels in 23 selected office occupations is provided in a series of studies of office workers7 salaries, on a cross-industry basis, made by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in 11.
Salaries of Office Workers in Selected Large Cities Reprinted (with additional data) From the Monthly Labor Review (September ) of the Bureau of Labor Statistics United States.
Office Workers - Salaries in selected large cities Covers 23 occupations with industry breakdowns in the cities of Atlanta, Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Milwaukee, New York, San Francisco-Oakland, and : Marie Concannon.
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The larger the city, the wider the wage gap among workers, according to a new report from researchers at the University of Rochester and Brown. The average hourly pay for an Office Worker is $ Visit PayScale to research office worker hourly pay by city, experience, skill, employer and more.
While newspaper publishing is done throughout the country, magazine and book publishers are based mostly in large cities. The largest concentration of publishers is in New York City.
Although 52 percent of the establishments in the publishing industry have less than 5 employees, 40 percent of jobs are in establishments with over employees. Help employees understand their salary ranges and job potential, and inform them how additional skills, training or certifications could possibly affect their growth within your company.
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Office Clerical Workers. Nineteenth Century Clerical Work United States Zakim has recently described the role of clerical workers in U.S. mercantile businesses around In smaller firms a single clerk often made sales, collected debts, and was assigned responsibility for deliveries.
Etymology. The term refers to the white dress shirts of male office workers common through most of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in Western countries, as opposed to the blue overalls worn by many manual laborers.
The term "white collar" is credited to Upton Sinclair, an American writer, in relation to contemporary clerical, administrative, and management workers during the s.
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Occupational Employment and Wages in Chicago-Naperville-Elgin — May Workers in the Chicago-Naperville-Elgin Metropolitan Statistical Area had an average (mean) hourly wage of $ in Mayabout 7 percent above the nationwide average of $, according to the U.S. Bureau.
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