Admin Clerical Employment Outlook

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  • 1. Source: Talent Market Analyst™ is a powerful resource from Kelly, built in partnership with Economic Modeling Specialists International® , a CareerBuilder® company. All trademarks are property of their respective owners. An Equal Opportunity Employer © 2014 Kelly Services, Inc. Z0845 Houston, TX +112,506 Dallas, TX +116,212 Phoenix, AZ +73,466 Seattle, WA +53,576 Denver, CO +58,025 Top 5 locations These U.S. metropolitan areas will add the greatest number of administrative and clerical jobs: kellyservices.us Top occupations Medical secretaries +145,112 Secretaries/admin assistants +311,948 Executive assistants +23,232 Legal secretaries +1,195 Search thousands of active job opportunities at Kelly Career Network® . Contact us at kellyservices.us today! Today’s administrative professionals are crucial to the success of the business leaders they support. While organizational skills and attention to detail remain important, they are being asked to deliver more, especially in the area of project management skills. We advise all of our administrative talent to develop these skills to increase their marketability. - Stephanie Callan VP, Commercial Product, Kelly® The current outlook $37,024 annually Current median annual income Legal secretaries $45,323.20 Executive-level secretaries and admin assistants $49,275.20 Secretaries and admin assistants $33,280.00 Medical secretaries $32,115.20 Administrative and clerical employment forecast Over the next decade, employment growth of administrative and clerical professionals will keep pace with other occupations, but will vary by specialty. As these professionals exit the workforce, many companies are replacing them with workers that can support more than one manager in an organization—and who may also have advanced skills and degrees, or knowledge of a particular industry. What does this mean? Today’s administrative and clerical professionals may face greater employer expectations and stiffer job competition, but unlike administrative roles of the past, these higher-level positions serve as career springboards—possibly opening the door to greater career options. 12% growth The projected growth rate through 2024 is in line with other occupations 28% growth The demand for medical secretaries will increase much faster than with other clerical occupations 481,497 new jobs The projected increase will result in nearly a half million new opportunities by 2024 Administrative and Clerical Job Projections through 2024 Top earnings by occupation