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4113 DATA ENTRY OPERATORS
 


    Data entry operators enter numerical and other data into electronic equipment for processing and transmission, or enter data on cards and tapes, using punching machines.

    Tasks include -

    (a) entering numerical and other data from source material into computer-compatible storage and processing devices;

    (b) entering data from source material in the form of perforations on, cards or paper tapes;

    (c) correcting entered data, if needed;

    (d) performing related tasks;

    (e) supervising other workers.

    Examples of the occupations classified hers:

  • Clerk, data entry/computer

  • Clerk, data entry/converter (card-to-tape)

  • Clerk, data entry/electronic mail

  • Clerk, data entry/punching machine (card and tape)


   
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 Updated 18 September 2004, by VA.