Initially these back-offices were located in suburbs, where employers hoped to draw on labor supplies of white, married, relatively well-educated suburban women, an update of the 'ideal' clerical worker
that graced the office in early decades of the twentieth century.
As a researcher, entering the world of the clerical worker
did not imply by virtue of my intervention that another process of exploitation had occurred.
work, they assume that the clerical worker
will in the course of time,
As the job market for administrative and clerical workers
continues to improve, we see a corresponding optimism among workers in how they view the economy, available jobs and their willingness to job search," said Phyllis Finley, executive vice president at Randstad US.
Alan Walsh, 58, clerical worker
, Wallsend: I would probably have a go if I had the time.
But the retired clerical worker
died from heart and lung failure 12 days later.
A DETAILED probe is under way into pounds 54,000 in overtime payments paid to a clerical worker
at the North Wales child abuse inquiry.
A clerical worker
is also said to have resigned before he could be dismissed while others have been charged with gross misconduct or received written warnings.
Louise, a clerical worker
from in Chipping Sodbury, near Bristol, was last seen alive leaving Spirals club, in Yate, at 2am on Christmas Day.
Ann Ford, 48, clerical worker
, Kingston Park: I'm going away at the weekend.
He met clerical worker
Tracey McColl, 25, in Gartree jail, Leicestershire.
After 1870, however, the world of the male clerical worker
was undermined by the vast expansion of clerical jobs and the entry of women into the field.