Salary for Counter and Rental Clerks

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Counter and rental clerks act as a first line of customer service by greeting customers upon arrival and discussing what type of rental they are looking for. They accurately and efficiently provide information about the rentals their company can provide customers and clearly explain fees and procedures. They keep accurate records of rental transactions and inspect rentals before clients purchase and after they return. They are comfortable answering telephone and answering customer inquiries. They have strong conflict resolution skills and understand the management chain of command when dealing with customer complaints. A high school diploma is generally required for employment in this professional post.

A Counter or Rental Clerk can receive a pay level ranging from 16000 and 24000 based on tenure level. Counter and Rental Clerks get a salary of Twenty Five Thousand Seven Hundred dollars every year.

Counter and Rental Clerks can make the highest salaries in New York, where they receive average job salaries of approximating $29370. These professionals have the most lucrative average salary level in Transportation and Warehousing, which has job pay of $31460.

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The annual compensation for this career has gone up since 2004. Salaries have increased by an average of 17.64 percent nationwide in that time.
Counter and Rental Clerks tend to make the most in the following industries
Wholesale Trade $31,460
Transportation and Warehousing $30,470
Retail Trade $30,400
Public Administration $29,460
Construction $28,490
Information $26,990
In general, they earn less within the industries below
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation $20,820
Accommodation and Food Services $21,750
Other Services (except Public Administration) $22,060
Educational Services $22,150
Administrative, Support and Waste Management Services $24,040
Manufacturing $24,270