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Based on 102 responses, the job of Court Clerk has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.01 out of 5. On average, Court Clerks are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Court Clerk?

May 2015
"Anything."
Court Clerk:
Go to New Clerks Boot camp as soon as possible.
July 2015
"Responsible for the daily operations of the city."
Court Clerk:
Pros: Flexibility.
Cons: I feel myself, our mayor, and our council is not as educated on our job duties and responsibilities as we should be. I'm afraid that we will unknowingly make mistakes that will cause us to be in legal trouble or make bad decisions for our community.
May 2016
"The job requires management skills."
Court Clerk:
Keep notes on the transferable skills you have.
March 2018
"Be thankful for what you have."
Court Clerk in Staten Island:
Be thankful for the opportunity to work, wherever it is and in whatever you do. Don't take it lightly if you're healthy and able to work. Make yourself indispensable.
February 2019
"A Great Place to Live."
Court Clerk in Watersmeet:
Pros: Close to home
Cons: Too remote from other towns
October 2019
"Great experience, meet alot of people, no career path or elevation, low paid salary."
Court Clerk in Nassau:
Pros: Meeting new people
Cons: Salary
August 2020
"Aberdeen pay scale is similar to Scottish avarage however properties and costs of life are significantly higher."
Court Clerk in Aberdeen:
Pros: unique style
Cons: messy seagulls