Clerical Bookkeeping combines the skills of a general office worker with those of a bookkeeper, a highly desirable combination in today’s employment market.
In this program, you will develop knowledge and essential skills in accounting, composition, document processing, and basic computer operation.
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- The average annual salary for a Bookkeeper is about $32,800.
- Employment opportunities for Bookkeepers are expected to increase 12 percent by 2016, which is average growth.
- Those who can carry out a wider range of bookkeeping and accounting activities will be in greater demand than specialized clerks.
- With appropriate experience and education, some Bookkeepers may become Accountants, Auditors, or Purchasing Agents.