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Correspondence clerks

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Occupational Profile
Occupation Category
Office and administrative support
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Correspondence clerks
City, State Workforce Salary (Year) Pay (Hour)
Bergen Metro, NJ240$25,450$12.24
Birmingham, AL410$21,940$10.55
Boston, MA930$26,660$12.82
Charleston Metro, SC80$21,850$10.50
Chicago, IL2,450$22,290$10.72
Columbia, SC120$26,480$12.73
Des Moines, IA300$22,520$10.83
Detroit, MI1,190$25,290$12.16
Harrisburg Metro, PA1,370$23,990$11.53
Houston, TX430$24,480$11.77
Las Vegas, NV160$28,840$13.87
Los Angeles Metro, CA2,390$25,430$12.23
Minneapolis Metro, MN450$24,570$11.81
Newark, NJ230$30,840$14.83
Orange County, CA730$27,030$13.00
Pittsburgh, PA700$26,250$12.62
San Antonio, TX110$24,980$12.01
San Diego, CA470$24,990$12.01
San Juan Metro, PR100$19,890$9.56
St. Louis, MO250$23,180$11.14
Tampa Metro, FL710$23,050$11.08
Washington, DC850$29,620$14.24
Percentage Growth Comparative Growth
117.71%
11
1,024.99%
100
98.20%
9
232.57%
22
80.61%
7
416.68%
40
240.52%
23
184.82%
18
926.27%
90
106.72%
10
297.28%
29
334.51%
32
62.72%
6
80.73%
7
159.63%
15
416.38%
40
25.49%
2
100.95%
9
110.70%
10
39.33%
3
210.45%
20
66.15%
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