7 Essential Excel Tricks Every Office Worker Needs To Know

Posted on Oct 19 2015 - 7:02am by Alexandra Ashton

We have entered a digital age. Technology has evolved so much over the last few decades that it has become an inevitable part in all areas of our lives. Not only that we are surrounded by technology in our personal lives, but it has also become an active part of our work life. No matter in which field do you work, technology has managed to sneak in and become an irreplaceable part. A person who does not exploit all the advantages offered by the use and knowledge of technology will be completely surprised when they are outrun in the career advancements by everybody who saw these benefits in the beginning.

Knowledge and active use of technology are essential in all fields and in almost every work position whether you are aware of it or not. But the truth is that it is much more important in some positions than the others. Office workers are the ones who especially need to have good knowledge of the technology to be successful in their job. Especially if they want to advance in the future. Did you know that according to a report from 2015, 78% of middle-skill jobs require digital literacy? Well now you know. If you plan to advance in your career, you should definitely start learning.

But, with which aspects of technology you should tackle first? Improving you Excel skills is where you want to start. According to the study, 67% of these roles demand expertise in both Excel and Word. While we are all familiar with the Word, Excel still remains a mystery for most of the people, including the office workers. But, it doesn’t have to remain a mystery. Using Excel as an expert is really not that hard to do. You just need to learn most important aspects and you’ll be ready to shine. Start learning with the help of this interesting infographic.


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Alexandra Ashton

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.