|Part of Speech:
agent, amanuensis, auditor, bookkeeper, cashier, copyist, counter jumper, counterperson,
employee, notary, office helper, operator, paper pusher, paper shuffler, pen pusher, pencil pusher, receptionist, recorder, registrar, salesperson,
secretary, seller, shopperson, stenographer, teller, transcriber, white collar,
||clergy first meant 'learning, scholarship' and clerk had the original meaning 'man ordained to the Christian ministry'