Salary for Interviewers (not including Eligibility and Loan)

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Also known as:  Admitting Interviewer, Census Clerk, Census Taker, Field Enumerator, Market Research Interviewer, Outpatient Interviewing Clerk, Survey Interviewer, Telephone Interviewer helps find better paying jobs across all specialties and locations. Sign up in our career community today!

There are around 200,000 individuals employed as Interviews, except Eligibility and Loan. Individuals in this profession interview people by mail, telephone and in person for the sole purpose of completing applications, forms or other questionnaires. They must ask specific questions, record the given answers and transmit those answers to the appropriate personnel. It is also necessary for interviewers to provide any needed assistance to individuals completing the form. An Associate's degree is required to fill this position, with previous experience preferred by most employers. On-the-job training is usually offered with the position.

A Interviewer will normally get an average wage ranging between $24,980 and $52,550 depending on education and tenure levels. Interviewers will normally receive an average compensation of thirty-seven thousand six hundred and fourty dollars yearly.

Interviewers can expect the most salary in District of Columbia, where they can earn an average pay rate of close to about $50,050. These people are compensated the highest in Retail Trade, where they can get pay of $52,810.

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The annual compensation for this career has gone up since 2004. Salaries have increased by an average of 51.72 percent nationwide in that time.


Interviewers (not including Eligibility and Loan) tend to make the most in the following industries:

Retail Trade
Educational Services
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
Public Administration
Management of Companies and Enterprises

In general, they earn less within the industries below:

Real Estate and Rental and Leasing
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
Other Services (except Public Administration)
Administrative, Support and Waste Management Services
Finance and Insurance
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