The number of U.S. jobs that require computer proficiency has increased from 5% to 23% since the year 2000, while the number of jobs that don’t require computer knowledge has dropped from 56% to less than 30%. (Brookings)
According to a study conducted by IDC, Microsoft Office proficiency tops the list of skills needed for the top 60 high-growth, high-wage occupations that will account for 11.5 million new hires and 28% of job growth by 2020.
A study conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that in 2012, more than half of all jobs required some degree of technology skill; by 2020, that number is forecast to reach 77%, which means 3 out of 4 jobs will require basic computer proficiency.
Format and create documents, use forms and templates, create and print labels and check spelling.
Create spreadsheets and tables, set up formulas and functions and conduct data analysis and validation.
Create and format presentations and templates, insert hyperlinks, embed media from other applications, and create interactive slideshows.
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