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Warehouse checkers work in warehouses where they check, weigh and measure an assortment of materials, equipment, and supplies. They record the weight and measures, which are then kept for future reference.
This is an entry-level clerical job that does not require any advanced education. Warehouse checkers must have excellent organizational and analytical skills and be diligent about taking and recording weights and measurements correctly. An apprenticeship under the guidance and supervision of an experienced warehouse checker will help you get a first-hand idea of what the job entails.
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