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Most people would likely agree that success in getting a job is very much driven by skills in technology and the ability to competently use a computer. Experts predict that by 2022, computer literacy will be non-negotiable in 90% of jobs.
With the array of tasks that computers can be used to complete, it’s hard to be skilled in every area. And when it comes to getting a job, it’s hard to know where to focus your efforts towards computer competency and what skills should be a top priority.
We know exactly what employers are looking for when it comes to computer proficiency:
Experts predict that by 2024, there will be an increase of more than 12% in technology-focused job positions.
The increase in jobs is great news for the high number of individuals who are looking for a job.
It is of no use however if you haven’t mastered some essential technological skills to allow you to tackle the job successfully.
Here is what employers will expect you have mastered.
If you are ready to take your job performance to the next level but are struggling with how to make it happen, consider starting with assessing how you can boost your productivity.
Using these techniques and evaluating your current working habits will allow you to improve your performance.
Job seekers used to worry their social media profiles could keep them from landing their dream job. And for good reason.
After all, photos of keg stands don’t exactly scream, “future executive.”
Shying away from social media, however, is not the answer.
With recent surveys showing that 92% of companies and recruiters use social media to find job applicants, today’s savvy job seekers leverage social media to their job hunting advantage.
Here are three ways you can do the same.