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Financial Institution Tellers, Clerks, and Related Workers


The earnings of financial institution workers vary by their specific duties, size and type of institution, and area of the country. Full-time tellers earned a median annual income of $29,450 in May 2018, according to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). Salaries ranged from less than $22,250 for the lowest paid 10 percent to more than $39,110 for the highest paid 10 percent.

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