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Based on 541 responses, the job of Accounts Receivable Clerk has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.74 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?

October 2015
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Prepare for change and new/added responsibilities daily.
October 2015
You have to be persistent, patience and determine.
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Pros: I enjoyed seeing the results of being consistent calling and following up payments for clients outstanding invoices.
Cons: When client are not being honest to me.
October 2015
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Pros: Customer service and Entering. Payroll is a great job!
Cons: Pay rate.
October 2015
Good to Work.
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Pros: Can allocate as per the payment made by the customer. Can know about terms of accounts.
Cons: Knowledge only about AR process.
January 2016
Corporate Culture.
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Pros: I am very happy with my manager he is always there to listen. Working in Accounts Receivable I conduct Move in audits and Deposit audits. I also do the banking for the company.
Cons: Salary pay is not equal. Seems like your work is not valued sometimes it depends who you work for.
January 2016
Acc Rec.
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Pros: It's interesting to see the flow of money coming in and going out. Gives you a better feel on who you need to focus on to do collections.
Cons: Sometimes collections can be complicated since other companies aren't always ready to pay you.
February 2016
Accounts Receivable Clerk:
Pros: I like the variety of work. Processing payment (data entry)
Cons: I don't like collections.