clerical assistant

clerical assistant
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clerical assistant UK US noun [C] WORKPLACE, HR
someone whose job is to help with office work, dealing with files, records, etc.: »

He makes less than $8 an hour as a clerical assistant to the chief financial officer.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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