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Warehouse Duties?

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A warehouse employee may be called a warehouse associate or warehouse worker. A warehouse is a commercial storage building where different types of goods are stored. Someone who works in a warehouse will likely have a variety of different duties. Driving a skid steer or fork lift may be a necessary skill to rearrange pallets of goods. Warehouse workers may also need to move goods manually, fill out forms, sweep, clean, and otherwise maintain the appearance of the warehouse floor.
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