Salary for Tellers

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Also known as:  Bank Teller, Commercial Teller, Exchange Teller, Foreign Banknote Teller, Foreign Exchange Clerk, Loan Teller, Money Order Clerk, Receiving Teller, Savings Teller, Securities Teller

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Tellers receive and process money from customers inside of a bank. They assist customers with deposits, as well as disburse money when a check is written on an account or a withdrawal is made. Other teller services include cashing checks, exchanging foreign currency, taking loan payments and issuing traveler's checks. It is mandatory that accurate record keeping of all transactions be maintained. Tellers can work in any bank or other financial institutions. A high school diploma is the only education required to work as a teller, however a college degree is preferred by many well-known, prestigious institutions.

A Teller earns an average salary ranging from $24,660 and $41,220 depending on the level of seniority. get an average compensation of thirty-two thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars yearly.

make the highest salary in District of Columbia, where they can get average job salaries of close to about $38,060. Employees in this career have the most lucrative average salary level in Public Administration, where they can receive normal pay levels of $41,580.

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SALARY TREND

The annual compensation for this career has gone up since 2004. Salaries have increased by an average of 53.83 percent nationwide in that time.

INDUSTRIES

Tellers tend to make the most in the following industries:

Public Administration
$41,580
Manufacturing
$36,330
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
$35,800
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
$35,250
Management of Companies and Enterprises
$35,020
Health Care and Social Assistance
$34,290

In general, they earn less within the industries below:

Retail Trade
$31,520
Information
$31,780
Administrative, Support and Waste Management Services
$32,650
Finance and Insurance
$32,930
Educational Services
$33,340
Health Care and Social Assistance
$34,290