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Johnson, born Opha May Jacob in Kokomo, Indiana, was a rapid-fire typist.
In 1933, a Nazi friend helped her get hired as a typist in the news department of Berlin’s state radio station.
On the decline are automatable work, like typists, and occupations threatened by changing consumer behavior, like clothing store cashiers, as more people shop online.
Government economists expect steep declines in employment for typists, telephone operators and data-entry workers.
Word processing apps have made hiring living, breathing typists unnecessary.
Ermalee Strutz was still in high school while working as a typist on the city's busy military base, Fort Richardson, during World War II.
Dumanis, 65, started in the office as a clerk typist before becoming a prosecutor, a judge and then leading the District Attorney’s Office.
Those positions — typist clerk III, computer lab assistant, academic technology specialist, account clerk and attendance clerk/secretary — total the equivalent of 3.25 full-time employees.
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