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what is the difference between an administrative assistant and an office clerk?

I have been trying to apply to an administrative position but have only experience as a clerk and I haven't gotten too many call backs. So, just wondering if the two aren't similar with experience.

Asked By: R.P - 1/10/2008
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Office clerk is usually a person who does clerical work, like posting accounts receivable, vouchering accounts payable,posting to various journals of original entry such as asset books,sales journals, payroll books, time sheets, etc. An administrative assistant can be a secretary to a department head, executive... More
Answered By: googie - 1/10/2008
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