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Typical Education Requirements

Library Assistants, Clerical Library Assistants, Clerical usually require at least a High school diploma or equivalent. However, not all employers may make this a hiring requirement.
Source: This information is based on the BLS Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH).

Education Level of Jobs and Candidates

This section shows the minimum level of education requested by employers on job openings advertised online, as well as the educational attainment of potential candidates in the workforce system that are looking for jobs as Office and Administrative Support Occupations (no data available for Library Assistants, Clerical) in South Dakota on November 25, 2022. There were 771 job openings advertised online that did not specify a minimum education requirement (Jobs De-duplication Level 2) Opens in a new browser window.
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Rank Education Level Job Openings Percentage of Job Openings Potential Candidates Percentage of Potential Candidates
1 No Minimum Education Requirement 75 6.93% 0 N/A
2 Less than High School 0 N/A 5 2.08%
3 High School Diploma or Equivalent 181 16.71% 71 29.58%
4 1 Year of College or a Technical or Vocational School 2 0.18% 25 10.42%
5 2 Years of College or a Technical or Vocational School 1 0.09% 17 7.08%
6 3 Years of College or a Technical or Vocational School 1 0.09% 9 3.75%
7 Vocational School Certificate 0 N/A 23 9.58%
8 Associate's Degree 28 2.59% 38 15.83%
9 Bachelor's Degree 22 2.03% 40 16.67%
10 Master's Degree 1 0.09% 10 4.17%
11 Doctorate Degree 0 N/A 1 0.42%
12 Specialized Degree (e.g. MD, DDS) 1 0.09% 1 0.42%
13 Not Specified 771 71.19% 0 N/A
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The most common minimum education requirement on jobs advertised online for Office and Administrative Support Occupations in South Dakota on November 25, 2022 is a High School Diploma or Equivalent with 16.71% of the total jobs posted by employers, and 71 candidate résumés in the workforce system. The second most common requirement is a No Minimum Education Requirement with 6.93% of the total jobs posted by employers. The third most common requirement is a Associate's Degree with 2.59% of the total jobs posted by employers, and 38 candidate résumés in the workforce system. There were 771 job openings advertised online that did not specify a minimum education requirement.
Job Source: Online advertised jobs data
Candidate Source: Individuals with active résumés in the workforce system.

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Typical Work Experience Requirements

Library Assistants, Clerical Employees in these occupations need anywhere from a few months to one year of working with experienced employees. A recognized apprenticeship program may be associated with these occupations.
Source: This information is based on O*NET™ data. O*NET is a trademark registered to the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.

Work Experience of Jobs and Candidates

This section shows the minimum required work experience requested by employers on job openings advertised online, as well as the experience level of potential candidates in the workforce system that are looking for jobs as Office and Administrative Support Occupations (no data available for Library Assistants, Clerical) in South Dakota on November 25, 2022. There were 813 job openings advertised online that did not specify a minimum experience requirement (Jobs De-duplication Level 2) Opens in a new browser window.
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Rank Experience Job Openings Percentage of Job Openings Potential Candidates Percentage of Potential Candidates
1 Not Specified 813 75.07% 0 N/A
2 Entry Level 126 11.63% 0 N/A
3 Less than 1 year 46 4.25% 6 2.48%
4 1 Year to 2 Years 76 7.02% 1 0.41%
5 2 Years to 5 Years 21 1.94% 17 7.03%
6 5 Years to 10 Years 1 0.09% 36 14.88%
7 More than 10 Years 0 N/A 182 75.21%
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The most common minimum experience requirement on jobs advertised online for Office and Administrative Support Occupations in South Dakota on November 25, 2022 is Entry Level with 11.63% of the total jobs posted by employers. The second most common requirement is 1 Year to 2 Years with 7.02% of the total jobs posted by employers, and 1 candidate résumés in the workforce system. The third most common requirement is Less than 1 year with 4.25% of the total jobs posted by employers, and 6 candidate résumés in the workforce system. There were 813 job openings advertised online that did not specify a minimum experience requirement.
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Candidate Source: Individuals with active résumés in the workforce system.



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