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This article was published on December 10, 2017

For $18, learn advanced Microsoft Excel skills that can earn you $5,000 next year

For $18, learn advanced Microsoft Excel skills that can earn you $5,000 next year
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For those who choose to scoff at the power of Microsoft Excel, here’s a sobering stat that might change your opinion. If you’re a middle-skilled worker applying for a job, research shows employees who know Microsoft Excel actually earn about $2.50 an hour more than their co-workers who don’t have Excel skills.

While that may not sound like much, those figures actually translate to about an extra $20 per day and an extra $100 a week… and an extra $5,200 a year.

That’s because the spreadsheet remains the best, most efficient way of presenting information in the business world. Since Excel translates directly to dollars, it’s a matter of simple economics to learn Excel with this lifetime Microsoft Excel and Advanced Excel learning bundle. It’s on sale now for $18 (a 95 percent savings) from TNW Deals with coupon code: GREEN40.

Including 48 hours of instruction content over two courses, this is the true crash course in Excel and all the tools it possesses. After establishing the basics, these courses expand to cover everything Excel can do, including popular formulas for solving complex problems fast (IF, VLOOKUP, COUNT and more), advanced functions like PivotTables, graphing, and even macros to automate your spreadsheets for maximum usability.

Once you set up an Excel project, you’ll have the ability to manipulate your data in almost any way you can conceive — and all you’ve got to do is enter the raw facts.

Together this Excel and Advanced Excel training retails for almost $700, so take advantage of end-of-the-year pricing to get this full bundle of instruction for just $18 with coupon code: GREEN40.

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