Admitting Clerk Salary

How much does an Admitting Clerk make?

The average Admitting Clerk in the US makes $34,271. Admitting Clerks make the most in San Francisco at $39,521, averaging total compensation 15% greater than the US average.

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The average admitting-clerk in the US makes $34,271

Salary Ranges for Admitting Clerks

The salaries of Admitting Clerks in the US range from $19,572 to $51,534 , with a median salary of $33,816 . The middle 57% of Admitting Clerks makes between $33,816 and $39,721, with the top 86% making $51,534.

How much tax will you have to pay as an Admitting Clerk

For an individual filer in this tax bracket, you would have an estimated average federal tax in 2018 of 12%. After a federal tax rate of 12% has been taken out, Admitting Clerks could expect to have a take-home pay of $30,349/year, with each paycheck equaling approximately $1,265*.

* assuming bi-monthly pay period. Taxes estimated using tax rates for a single filer using 2018 federal and state tax tables. Metro-specific taxes are not considered in calculations. This data is intended to be an estimate, not prescriptive financial or tax advice.

Quality of Life for Admitting Clerk

With a take-home pay of roughly $2,529/month, and the median 2BR apartment rental price of $2,506/mo**, an Admitting Clerk would pay 99.09% of their monthly take-home salary towards rent.

** This rental cost was derived according to an online report at Apartment List
*** Average cost of living was acquired from Numbeo's Cost of Living Index

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