data entry operator

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data entry operator

A person who enters data into the computer via keyboard or other reading or scanning device. See data entry department and data entry.
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I feel cheated,'' said Frizzi, a 36-year-old Burbank resident who works as a data entry clerk.
Not only does Jenny make a great contribution to our Accounting Staff at the main office, she also works part time as a data entry clerk and volunteers for the Alzheimer's Association.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- On April 7, 2005, plaintiff Xiu Jin (Celia) Shi, a 51 year old online data entry clerk, was crossing California Street in the crosswalk at the intersection of Taylor Street.
Because TimeIPS eliminated the need for a data entry clerk, as well as saving me an entire morning to concentrate on running the business versus mulling over payroll, I've been able to save thousands of dollars in unnecessary payroll this year.
We've also reduced the number of steps it takes to put new data into the system with our real-time data entry system, further freeing project managers from repetitive administrative tasks and allowing them to focus on being a manager rather than a data entry clerk.
The fact that TELEform has reduced the time it takes a data entry clerk to input data from 25-page OASIS forms, from 20 minutes down to only two minutes, enables us to streamline our processes more than we had expected.
Gail Patterson, who worked as a manager at AT&T for 26 years, is a part time data entry clerk to generate extra travel income.
It empowers knowledge workers -- from the data entry clerk to the CEO -- to instantly and intelligently access information stored in any form -- from a word processing document to a video clip to an engineering drawing -- anywhere in their organization.
Other categories having a stronger net hiring strength for the 2001 year are, general clerk, customer service representative, administrative assistant, data entry clerk and receptionist.
The jobs, which covered a number of specialisations including production line employees, accountants, cashiers, engineers, exhibition managers, salesmen and saleswomen, data entry clerks, technical support staff, customer service officials, operations analysts, health supervisors, personnel affairs specialist, marketing employees, mechanics, receptionists, security guards, drivers, electricians and welders, offered salaries ranging from SR4,000 ($1,066) to SR10,000, it said.
ROI(%) (Benefit-Cost/Cost) x 100 Let's consider the impact of training on data entry clerks
According to The Star, paper records were strewn throughout the building, and data entry clerks made mistakes.

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