Clerical Supervisors

Clerical supervisors work in a variety of settings where shift work or seasonal hours apply, but most often they work in office buildings during regular office hours.


  • High school diploma.
  • May require a community college, technical school or college diploma, or university undergraduate degree.

Future Prospects:

Employment prospects for these occupations are good over the next ten years, as employment is expected to almost double over the next few years. Employment is expected to peak around 2017, and fall slightly afterwards.

Job Prospects