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Data entry roles mainly revolve around the updating and maintaining of information on computer systems and in archives. The role is vital for the organisation as these archives and systems are only valuable if they are full of accurate and up to date information. You can find data entry jobs in a variety of sectors, from marketing, banking, medical administration and education. Most data entry roles have a quite straight forward job description. Most of your day would revolve around entering a variety of information into a computerised system. The information is dependant on the type of company you are working for. It could be patient information if you are working for a medical administration, it could be market research survey results if you are working for a research firm and if you are in sales, then it could be sales data and new client information. You could also be working with information that is in many different forms. You could be dealing with text based data, or numerical data, or the information you are working with could be on paper and need logging into spreadsheets or databases. Some data entry jobs include helping other employees to find the information they need and it is also pretty common for data entry roles to become combined with customer service roles, the higher up the ladder you climb. With regards to the skills that you will need to have in order to work in data entry, you will need to be able to show great attention to detail and you will be required to be as accurate as possible. The data you are working on is used for major decision making, so if there are errors it could have huge consequences on the company. You will also be required to be computer literate and be able to meet deadlines, whilst working fast, without making mistakes.