Excel Training Gives Candidates a Leg Up in the Job Market

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In today’s tech-oriented economy, it’s no surprise that employers are increasingly looking for candidates with advanced computer skills, especially in core programs like Microsoft Excel. A strong knowledge of Excel is particularly important (if not critical) for anyone looking to build a career in Finance & Accounting or IT.

Microsoft Excel is one of the most widely used business software programs on the market today. It has many applications, from simple data entry to complex problem solving and reporting, that are used to make important business decisions.

To help meet this increasing demand, The Intersect Group recently began offering Excel Pivot Tables and V-lookups training for our candidates via workshop-style classes. Our training sessions focus on helping participants build advanced Excel skills that they can immediately apply in the workplace.

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“As business becomes more and more fast-paced and data-centric, candidates need to be prepared to work smarter,” says Hannah Ralston, F&A Executive Recruiter for The Intersect Group. “Data analytics and advanced knowledge of Excel, combined with strong communication skills, will continue to be in high demand. Whether you’re job-hunting or simply looking to grow in your career, our training sessions are designed to help candidates stand out from the competition and achieve success.”

After several successful training sessions in Atlanta, we are excited to expand future sessions to candidates in both Charlotte and Dallas.

Interested in attending an upcoming training session? Contact us for details!

(Sessions are open to all TIG candidates)

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