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Based on 689 responses, the job of Accounts Receivable Clerk has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.75 out of 5. On average, Accounts Receivable Clerks are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Accounts Receivable Clerk?

March 2015
"Always maintain an accurate subsidiary ledger."
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Maintaining an accurate subsidiary ledger is one of the basic tools in receivables in order to collect accounts on the due date without questioning on the integrity of the data. Follow the policies and procedures so that everything will be on tract. Set your priorities in order to manage the tasks well.
May 2015
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Get a degree as soon as possible. Diversify your skills.
June 2015
"Full function of debtors."
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Go study before becoming an accounts receivalble clerk.
June 2015
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Pros: Problem solving, working with MOH & Work & Income, dealing with money, dealing with clients families.
Cons: Rude client families.
July 2015
"Wage compensation not equal to years of service."
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Do not expect wages to keep up with industry norm.
July 2015
"I enjoy what I do."
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Pros: Dealing with people and crunching numbers.
Cons: Nothing that o don't enjoy, I won't do anything I'm not happy with.
August 2015
"How much time I would have to spend revising invoices/billin."
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Be respectful and be patient with the people you work for. They change their minds often!