Data Processor

Average Salary
Degree Requirements
Associate's Degree

Computer users generate massive amounts of highly useful data, but less than one percent is ever analyzed and used. All this information has the potential to revolutionize the way we live our daily lives. It’s up to data processors to source, certify and formulate this data—enabling companies and organizations to harness its power and move innovation forward. With a high attention to detail and focus on communication—data processors are an integral part of any team.

Also known as: Data Specialist, Data Processing Clerk, Text Data Processor, Data Entry Operator
Operation Monitoring
Systems Analysis
Systems Evaluation
Coordinate all incoming material into feasible data reports
Develop code that transforms data into different formats
Conduct data entry and analysis
Perform quality control inspections
Communicate and help solve technical support issues
Install and implement software for efficient data processing

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