If you want to stand out in the job market, take this Microsoft Excel training

If you want to stand out in the job market, take this Microsoft Excel training

From Capitol Hill to business boardrooms, data now plays a vital role in the decision-making process. For obvious reasons, recruiters are interested in candidates with number crunching skills. If you would like to stand out from the crowd, this training can help.

The Professional Microsoft Excel Certification Training Bundle contains eight courses on the most popular workplace software for handling figures. You can pick up the bundle now for only $39 via the AlterNet Store.

Most of us will use Excel at some point in our working lives. But to find meaning in big data, you need to go beyond simple spreadsheets. This bundle helps you dive deeper, with 45 hours of video tutorials covering all the key features of Excel.

The training starts from scratch, giving you a tour of Excel and showing you how to create your first workbook. You also discover how to format your data and use popular functions, before exploring pivot tables and data models.

The training also explores automation with macro and VBA, along with data visualization. The bundle includes lifetime access to all the courses, and certificates of completion to add to your résumé.

Order now for $39 to get started today.

Prices subject to change.

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