Example: A billing clerk, an accounts receivable clerk, a benefits clerk? A person who reconciles bills, does data entry, research for internal and external customer inquires.
I am pursuing a front desk clerk job with Holiday Inn Express and one of the questions on the application is what salary would I like to make. I am not sure of what my answer should be. How much do they usually make?
My father passed away suddenly, and young, last October. He was my best friend and we had a special relationship that I don't think most parents and children have. My father also had remarried about 10 years ago and as a result of that marriage I have a wonderful 8 year old half sister. I have had a good relationship for the most part with my step mom. She is foreign, came to the US upon marriage to my father, and speaks good English but has refused to seriously pursue working since coming here.
My father named me as the sole beneficiary on one life insurance policy, and her and I as both equal beneficiaries on another. She is getting my father's remaining 401k and Pension that remained and grew after he divorced my mom. She is also getting a sizable monthly sum over the next 9 years from social security survivor benefits.
The policy that I was named as the sole beneficiary, is approximately 1/3 of the total amount of liquid money available from all proceeds combined, both mine and hers. She is telling me that her and my father discussed how he had to update the policy to change the beneficiary to her so that she could take care of my sister if my father passed. She also says my father would have never left me the that amount of money when she needs it more.
She has told me that my father would never intend for her to be working until she was 70, and that by me giving her this money she would not have to. In my opinion, the nature of the US today is that realistically, especially with social security running out, we will all have to work longer. Furthermore, she gets penalized from SS with how much she can receive if she works. She says she sold her property where she is from in the hopes she would grow old with my dad and they would share what they have.
My father had told me in the past, on a couple of occasions, that if he were to pass away I would be taken care of. I never listened to him much and would get upset when he would say things like that. I never let him explain exactly what that meant--it hurt too much to think about something that I thought was decades away.
Currently, she lives in a gigantic house that they completely renovated during the 2 years before my dad died. It is hers. She has a car, and insurance. I live in a shack. Her and my father owed a few debts which I paid off for her with the money I have received. They were not small debts. The only money she currently owes is the remainder of the mortgage on the house.
I am learning disabled, however after several years, I have finally completed professional school. My disability is such that at my current clerk job where I make a minimal amount, I work 10 or 11 hours a day to equate to 8 hours of work done by somebody else. In other words, I only record the 8 hours. My fiancé is also graduating medical school soon. Combined we owe $400,000 in student debt. Jobs in our fields pay a fraction of what they used to, and for me, finding a job is incredibly difficult in this economy (wasn't like this when I started school). I can't even realistically get licensed until February of next year. My fiancé will be making a minimal residency wage.
I have worked incredibly hard to get to where I am today, almost 30, and really could use this money to pay off student debt, put a down payment on a house, start a business, and simply for security when life seems so unsure for me right now. My future expenses are unknown and I will be moving in a few months, but won't know where until March 15.
She has called me yet again to discuss the money my father left "us" (me) and how we are going to divide it. What do I do? I already explained to her that I feel my father meant for me to have it. I already told her that I am planning on putting a large sum into an educational trust for my sister. She has money for now, and I feel she really needs to start working. I do. She was married to him for 10 years and is getting over 2/3 of the money over a 10 year period. I loved my father dearly and I had a 30 year relationship with the man. We were best friends.
Please tell me, what do I do? Am I wrong in feeling that I should utilize this blessing and gift my father provided me in his death? Is it wrong that I should feel that for the first time in life I have some comfort and financial security? Am I morally obligated to give her any money? She says that even if I were to give her 1/2, she would still be getting screwed.
I explained things wrong. What she has now that could be converted to cash equates to a little more than what my dad left me. Adding SS benefits and the equity in the house, makes up for the other 1/2.
She has been the kindest, most wonderful boss anyone could ever ask for. I work as an office clerk. My job is really easy. My pay rate is 7.00 and has been the same since I started. There is no room for advancement or benefits. I have a 3 year old daughter. I would like a better opportunity.
Examine the proposition at the point of sale. Who do want between your kid and a bag of weed, a store clerk with his job to lose or a criminal?
Why can't we base our drug policy on knowledge of how rational people behave in regulatory environment? Why do we keep voting for idiots who promise that if we vote for them we will have fewer responsibilities as parents? Why do we buy this garbage: We don't have to teach our kids about why it's bad to do drugs, we can just say they're illegal and that's that?
I have finished MBA (HR), I have not got any work experience , what is the best way to get the good job? Please I need your proper guidance. Thanks
Also, what is the job outlook and salary range?
I have just received a mail from virgin saying they are recruting expats and want some expats to work in certain postions. The pay return is very very good and plus there are even other benefits. So, i want to know is this mail is real or joke? Is it a scam? What is it?
My wife works at the DMV she is growing extremly tired of the constant abuse she has to endure from a**hole customers. She has served title clerks at the counter and has had owners of dealerships say they need to hire somebody. The DMV being a state job has great benefits, but the B.S. makes it almost unbearable. What does a title clerk position pay and is it worth it to make the switch?
I want to work a cruise ship and i was wondering if anyone can offer me advice, or share their cruise working story. I am hoping to work in the Mediterranean or any cruise that takes place in/near Europe. There are so many scams out there I am unsure of what websites to follow and what ones to avoid. At the end of the day, i just really have no idea where to start-there are hundreds of cruise lines offering thousands of jobs-but there are also thousands of applicants.
Help is appreciated, thanks!
I once had a job like that but my coworkers resented me because I enjoyed helping people so they teamed up to get me fired. It took 5 years for them to do so but they still have their jobs and I don't and they only love doing as little as possible to help the blind clientele. I loved helping them and the salary and benefits were great. Now I have a job working for one of the richest men in NYC his initials are MB. He pays me peanuts and gives me no benefits. And I hate my duties. I want to help others, but I want to make a good enough salary that I can pay my $1,000 rent and have some health benefits which I need.
What do you think are the benefits of becoming a deputy clerk at the courthouse?
Not including the pay and health benefits what are the benefits of the job.
I'm thinking of applying for a clerk role in the public sector, yet I've been raised to perceive starting/working in a business and making your own road as the more man/right thing to do.
With the exception of police and military is working for the government the easy way out?
I tried a google search and came up empty along with other yahoo answers.
I can only stand up for about 2 hours after that my knees start to feel very "pressured" if that's the word to use, ...rather painful after 4 hours to make things easier. (past injury)
So does anyone know of any job fields that don't require a lot of walking or standing. Even if they require further studying, I would like to know my options.
I work for a big company and I'm a support clerk for a specific department. But I have missed a couple of days and the policy on that is very strict. I am now hanging on by a prayer. What do I do besides not miss any more days to regain trust from my supervisor?
I am looking for my first job and i want to get a job at a grocery store. (I am 16)
I am offered the job as PSE clerk by USPS, but I hear it is a good position. I currently work in a retail position and get only $10 an hour. Has anyone worked as PSE clerk and is it worth to leave my steady job?
I got my Handbook for Persons Claiming Benefits under the New York State Unemployment Insurance Law today in the mail..am i going to be receiving more mail before the first check?
I currently work in a place that works with adults with special needs, and am looking for another opportunity to expand myself in the psychology realm. What are some jobs that will accept an undergraduate that are related to my field?
Thank you for any help!!!!
We are 3 months behind on our house payments because my husband recently lost his job. We got a letter in the mail yesterday and have 30 days to come up with the money. If we can't our home will be foreclosed. If we can't come up with the money what should we do? I have tried to get a modification loan and the guy to me we didn't qualify. What are other steps we should take? We live in Kansas if that helps.