There are currently an estimated 1,730,500 financial clerks in the United States. The financial clerk job market is expected to shrink by -1.5% between 2016 and 2026.

How employable are financial clerks?

CareerExplorer rates financial clerks with a D employability rating, meaning this career should provide weak employment opportunities for the foreseeable future. Over the next 10 years, it is expected the US will lose -20,400 financial clerks. That number is based on the retirement of 4,800 existing financial clerks.

What’s the supply of financial clerks?

The financial clerk industry is concentrated in California, Texas, New York

Financial Clerk job market by state

State Name Employed Financial Clerks
California 186,410
Texas 125,090
New York 109,140
Florida 94,170
Ohio 58,120
Pennsylvania 57,760
Illinois 52,390
Massachusetts 45,050
North Carolina 43,750
New Jersey 43,590
Georgia 39,360
Virginia 39,310
Michigan 38,440
Wisconsin 35,560
Washington 33,970
Minnesota 32,090
Missouri 29,980
Tennessee 29,060
Indiana 28,830
Colorado 27,340
Oregon 23,700
Maryland 22,200
Arizona 21,750
Alabama 21,500
Oklahoma 21,280
South Carolina 20,250
Kentucky 20,230
Louisiana 20,210
Iowa 19,600
Connecticut 17,080
Kansas 16,050
Utah 13,670
Arkansas 12,070
Mississippi 11,840
Nevada 11,830
Nebraska 11,540
South Dakota 9,550
Idaho 8,790
Puerto Rico 7,950
Montana 7,940
New Hampshire 7,600
New Mexico 7,580
West Virginia 7,430
Delaware 7,390
Maine 7,070
Hawaii 6,280
North Dakota 5,930
Rhode Island 5,840
Vermont 5,530
Alaska 4,300
District of Columbia 3,810
Wyoming 3,090
Guam 820
Virgin Islands 400