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Average Salary for Continuity Clerk in District of Columbia - District Average

The average salary of a(n) Continuity Clerk in District of Columbia - District Average is $37,765.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Continuity Clerk in District of Columbia - District Average is $18.16.

The average bonus of a(n) Continuity Clerk in District of Columbia - District Average is $529.00.

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Types descriptive record of motion picture scenes, including dialog, and such details as wardrobe, hairdress, and on-scene entrances and exits of actors; actress to aid editorial personnel in editing and assembling complete film: mounts film on spindle of film viewer and starts equipment. Observes film on screen to determine action being depicted and pertinent details. Types brief narrative description and identifying information for each scene. Keeps records of completed work. Less

Types descriptive record of motion picture scenes, including dialog, and such details as wardrobe, hairdress, and on-scene entrances and exits of actors; actress to aid editorial personnel in editing and assembling complete film: mounts film on spindle of film viewer... More

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