Non-Retail Sales Clerk Supervisors
Training and Education
|Recommended Degree Level||Certificate or Higher|
|Number of Jobs, 2012||243,420|
|Annual Job Growth Rate||2.9%|
|Job Openings per Year (est.)||12,350|
Work experience in a related occupation is often required to work in this field. Survey data provided by the government shows that 38% of employees have a bachelor's degree or higher. 31% of non-retail sales clerk supervisors attended college, but do not have a degree. 31% of workers were able to find a job with only a high school education.
Part-Time Work and Self-Employment
Of those working as employees, 5% work fewer than 40 hours per week. Around 45% of non-retail sales clerk supervisors are independent contractors.
Area Job Conditions
On a per capita basis, there are more jobs for employees in Portsmouth (New Hampshire), Pocatello (Idaho), and Nashua (New Hampshire), and fewer jobs in Joplin (Missouri), Missoula (Montana), and Dalton (Georgia).
Compensation for non-retail sales clerk supervisors is the most in New York (New York), Taunton (Massachusetts), and Ocean City (New Jersey), and the lowest in Bowling Green (Kentucky), Prescott (Arizona), and Las Cruces (New Mexico).