New Accounts Clerks


Interview persons desiring to open bank accounts. Explain banking services available to prospective customers and assist them in preparing application form.


Top Industries of Employment

  1. Commercial Banks
  2. Credit Unions

2002 - 2003 Wages
by MSA and Workforce Investment Areas

Area Employment**
Total
Hourly Wage Annual
Mean Entry Experienced Mean Entry Experienced
Missouri 2,280 12.04 9.36 13.38 25,050 19,470 27,830
Joplin MSA 20 10.87 8.84 11.88 22,600 18,390 24,710
Columbia MSA 70 11.18 9.99 11.78 23,260 20,770 24,500
St Joseph MSA 30 10.26 9.19 10.79 21,330 19,110 22,440
Springfield MSA 170 10.91 8.83 11.95 22,690 18,360 24,860
St Louis MSA 1,370 12.42 9.73 13.77 25,830 20,230 28,630
Kansas City* 300 13.45 10.43 14.96 27,970 21,688 31,112
Central Region* 170 12.03 9.49 13.29 25,012 19,740 27,649
Northwest Region* 90 10.64 8.99 11.46 22,127 18,690 23,845
Ozark Region* 280 11.76 9.30 12.99 24,462 19,336 27,025
Southeast Region* 100 9.07 7.76 9.73 18,875 16,137 20,245
Southwest Region* 20 10.87 8.84 11.88 22,601 18,389 24,707
St. Louis County* 810 12.18 10.07 13.23 25,331 20,955 27,518
West Central Region* 10 11.77 8.87 13.22 24,484 18,441 27,506
Jefferson/Franklin Consortium* 40 11.29 8.80 12.53 23,480 18,310 26,065

Long-term Employment Projections

Area Employment ** Change 2000-2010 Annual
Avg Openings
Long-term
Outlook
2000 Estimated 2010 Projected Number Percent
Missouri 1,900 2,040 140 7.37 54 Great
Kansas City MSA 690 740 50 7.25 20 Good
St Louis MSA 1,040 1,130 90 8.65 31 Good
Central Region* 210 270 60 28.57 10 Good
Northwest Region* 80 90 10 12.50 2 Good
Ozark Region* 130 160 30 23.08 6 Good
Southwest Region* 60 80 20 33.33 2 Good
West Central Region* 80 90 10 12.50 3 Good

* - Workforce Investment Areas
** - Why are the employment levels different for the same occupation?



This profession generally requires Work experience (in related occupation) in one of the following
Banking and Financial Support Services