Average Early-Career Accounting Clerk with Microsoft Office Skills Hourly Pay in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

$16.85
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The average hourly pay for an Early-Career Accounting Clerk with Microsoft Office skills in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is $16.85.
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What Do Accounting Clerks Do?

Accounting Clerk Tasks
  • Maintain and make necessary adjustments to records and/or logs such as journals, payroll/ time reports, or property records.
  • Verify and reconcile simple bank statements or department records.
  • Balance entries and make necessary corrections.
  • Sort documents and post debits/credits to proper account .
  • Verify amounts and codes on various forms for accuracy.

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What Are Popular Skills for Accounting Clerks?

Skills in Microsoft Excel are correlated to pay that is above average. Skills that pay less than market rate include Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable.
Employees with Accounting Clerk in their job title in Anchorage, Alaska earn an average of 6.5% more than the national average. These job titles also find higher than average salaries in Houston, Texas (3.3% more). The lowest salaries can be found in Los Angeles, California (18.3% less), Miami, Florida (12.5% less) and Chicago, Illinois (10.6% less).