Opportunities include warehouse workers, which range from scanners, cutters, data entry clerks and material handlers and data entry professionals who will be responsible for administering the quality control database, searching for defects and fixing errors.
What does DEC stand for?
DEC stands for Data Entry Clerk
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 311 other meanings of DEC in our Acronym Attic
- Distributed Event-Based Systems
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- Data Engineering for Blogs, Social Media and Web (ICDE Workshop)
- Derail the Bullet Train (Florida)
- Doing Everything But Tithing
- Development of Biotechnology and Environmental Conservation Center (Bangladesh)
- Double Entry Based Transaction System (finance-management program)
- DREO ELINT Browser Utility
- DoD (Department of Defense) Electronic Business Exchange (US DoD; replaces ECPN)
- Daily Effective Circulation (advertising)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The work-from-home firms are in need of survey takers, mystery shoppers, data entry clerks, email processors, information research clerks and more.
According to The Star, paper records were strewn throughout the building, and data entry clerks made mistakes.
The error was picked up when a data entry clerk at the hospital checked the patient's notes against the computer record after the operation.
The quartet who joined on Friday were Billi, 25, who claims to be a model but might get more work as an Ilie Nastase lookalike; millionaire Jonathan, who at 49 becomes the father of the house; Durham tree surgeon Liam, 22; and Brian, a data entry clerk who claims to be 19 but looks a good decade older.
A small team of trained data entry clerks digitizes the data, which are then compiled using software such as the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences.
A data entry clerk, working in an elections office or at a department of motor vehicles (DMV), could transpose a number, misspell a name or overlook a field.
She is ready to reclaim the Michele Lewis who, at age 24, in 1992, knew she did not want to continue working as a data entry clerk in a bank and began selling books on weekends from a card table that evolved into a brick-and-mortar business.