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Office clerks work in offices where they perform assorted administrative tasks, from answering the phone and taking messages to sorting and answering mail, data processing, filing, bookkeeping, and more.
This is an entry level job with no advanced educational requirements. You can be hired as an office clerk with a high school diploma but you must have some basic office clerk skills. Knowledge of word processing, strong computer skills, good typing speed and excellent phone and communication skills are essential attributes. Office clerks must also be extremely organized and efficient and have good time-management skills.
The manager conducting the interview will ask you several questions to assess your suitability to the role. They will ask you what you think are your strengths that are relevant to this particular role. They will also ask you what are your weaknesses and how you intend to overcome them so they don't hinder your performance on the job. Preparing your replies to these and other questions beforehand will help you to reply more confidently and without hesitating. Before going for the interview, check out the list of questions that interviewers typically ask when evaluating office clerks. You can find these listed at Mock Questions.