HRDive reports that Microsoft Excel proficiency is the most sought-after software skill in Indeed job posts.
According to Forbes, 78% of middle-skill jobs that require a high school degree but not necessarily a college education require Excel expertise.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, middle-skill jobs grew by 4.7% during the last decade and non-digital jobs only grew by 1.9%.
Know how to set up and format spreadsheets and enter data to prepare reports for accounting, payroll or marketing.
Ability to use formulas and functions required for sorting, organizing and classifying data as well as creating sales forecasts.
Expertise creating and using macros, pivot tables and VBA to create detailed financial reports and database analyses.
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