Learning Excel with this course could be your ticket to a higher pay grade

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Forget learning how to code or design and forgot blowing your money on cryptocurrencies. Your ticket to clinching a bigger paycheck is sitting right on your computer and you don't even know it. Because ladies and gentlemen, your claim to a higher pay grade and better promotion prospects could actually hinge on learning all the nooks and crannies of Microsoft Excel.

You might think you know everything about the spreadsheet app after using it since you were in middle school, but you're probably wrong. Excel isn't just about creating tables and doing basic computation; it's so much more complex than that.  Read more...

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