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Salaries for billing clerks depend on the size and geographic location of the company and the employee's skills. Full-time billing and posting clerks earned a median hourly wage of $17.38 in May 2016, according to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). For full-time work at 40 hours per week, this hourly wage translates into an annual income of approximately $36,150. The DOL also reported that annual salaries for these workers ranged from less than $25,450 to more than $52,150. Earnings also vary by responsibilities; for example, billing clerks working in the management offices of companies and enterprises earned a mean hourly income of $18.55 per hour in May 2016. This translates into a yearly salary of approximately $38,590 for full-time work. Billing clerks with high levels of expertise and management responsibilities may earn higher pay. Full-time workers also receive paid vacation, health insurance, and other benefits.

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