She also worked as a keypunch
operator at Harr Ford and a variety of local banks.
We used a keypunch
machine and the college's mainframe computer to run Fortran programs for the data analysis for some of our lab experiments.
And it would save us the money we pay the bank to keypunch
Finally, we corrected the data for obvious keypunch
errors, deleted observations with negative inputs or outputs, and one observation with idiosyncratically high sales volatility.
Rees and Shultz  in studying the search behavior of workers in Chicago concluded that "white-collar workers such as typists, keypunch
operators, tabulating machine operators, and accountants do in fact rely heavily upon 'formal' methods of search (private employment agencies, training school agencies, newspaper ads) whereas blue-collar workers typically found jobs by 'informal' methods (gate applications, referral by a friend).
A simple swipe or insertion of the driver's license uses ID Check to automatically fill in the name and address fields on the Reward Card application, saving the customer time and eliminating keypunch
Portable scanner speeds electronic form entry of driver's licenses, credit cards, student IDs, military IDs, membership cards and loyalty cards, eliminating keypunch
I then moved on to become a keypunch
operator recording daily cash disbursements and managing civilian payroll.
From Lackland, Nolan moved on to Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, for technical training as a teletype and keypunch
operator, one of the early functions of the communications career field.
She worked for Timex as a keypunch
operator in Waterbury for many years.
As typists, wire women, process checkers, keypunch
operators, assemblers, coil-winders, and in a variety of other positions, women constituted nearly 40 percent of the WeKearny workforce at any given time.
She started as a keypunch
operator at Union Oil, then moved to PG&E and was promoted to a supervisory position.