Shipping and Receiving Clerks
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Employers generally prefer to hire clerks with computer experience. Many employers prefer applicants with basic clerical skills, such as typing, filing, and recordkeeping. Previous business experience or specific job-related experience is also helpful. In addition, employers prefer applicants with good speaking and writing skills. Strength and good eyesight are also important. Some employers require applicants to have a high school diploma or GED.
Experienced shipping and receiving clerks may be promoted to head clerk. With additional training, some clerks advance to jobs as warehouse manager or purchasing agent.
Material Handler, Receiver, Shipper, Shipping Clerk, Shipping/Receiving Clerk, Warehouseman, Receiving Clerk, Logistics Coordinator, Receiving Manager, Traffic Manager
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