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Jobs and Candidates Available

This section shows the number of job openings advertised online, as well as potential candidates in the workforce system in South Dakota for File Clerks and for the related occupational group of Office and Administrative Support Occupations on November 25, 2022 (Jobs De-duplication Level 2) Opens in a new browser window.
Occupation Job Openings Candidates Candidates per Job
File Clerks 0 2 N/A
Office and Administrative Support Occupations 1,083 242 0.22
There were no available job openings advertised online in South Dakota for File Clerks on November 25, 2022. There are also 1,083 job openings advertised online for the related occupation group of Office and Administrative Support Occupations in South Dakota on November 25, 2022. There were 2 potential candidates in the workforce system that were looking for work as File Clerks in South Dakota. There were also 242 potential candidates in the workforce system that were looking work for in the related occupation group of Office and Administrative Support Occupations in South Dakota.
Job Source: Online advertised jobs data
Candidate Source: Individuals with active résumés in the workforce system.

Jobs and Candidates Area Distribution

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Average Wage Statistical Type (click to change): Average Wage Statistical Type: Mean
This section shows the distribution of number of job openings advertised online, as well as potential candidates in the workforce system for File Clerks in South Dakota by counties on November 25, 2022 (Jobs De-duplication Level 2) Opens in a new browser window.
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Rank Area Name Mean (Average) Wage Job Openings Candidates Candidates per Job
1 Meade County $27,065
state level wages
0 1 N/A
2 Pennington County $27,065
state level wages
0 2 N/A
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There is no candidates per job data available for File Clerks in South Dakota.
The counties in South Dakota with the highest number of potential candidates in the workforce system per online job opening for File Clerks on November 25, 2022 were Meade County with 1 potential candidates and 0 job openings; and Pennington County with 2 potential candidates and 0 job openings.
Job Source: Online advertised jobs data
Candidate Source: Individuals with active résumés in the workforce system.
Wage Source: Labor Market Information Center, SD Dept. of Labor & Regulation
The mean wage is also known as the average wage. The mean wage is calculated by dividing the estimated total wages for an occupation by the number of workers in that occupation. Data is from a 2021 survey.

National Supply and Demand Summary

File Clerks

Overall employmentof information clerks is projected to grow 2 percent from 2020 to 2030, slower than the average for all occupations.

Despite limited employment growth, about 156,800 openings for information clerks are projected each year, on average, over the decade. Most of those openings are expected to result from the need to replace workers who transfer to different occupations or exit the labor force, such as to retire.

Employment

Much of the projected employment growth for hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks and for reservation and transportation ticket agents is due to recovery from the COVID-19 recession that began in 2020 and is likely to occur early in the decade. The increased use of online ordering and reservation systems and self-service ticketing kiosks will limit demand for these workers.

Local governments will continue to need court, municipal, and license clerks to do tasks such as prepare case dockets, draft agendas, and issue licenses and permits. Eligibility interviewers will continue to be needed to determine whether government assistance, such as unemployment or Social Security benefits, is appropriate for people applying for it.

As organizations combine their administrative functions, fewer correspondence clerks, file clerks, and order clerks will be needed. In addition, employment is projected to decline for interviewers, except eligibility and loan, as businesses and medical facilities increasingly use online applications or platforms to streamline information collection or other intake processes.




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