3 reasons why tech skills are good for any job

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Adding tech skills to your resume is easy with IT Training! Did you know you can take quick and intensive classes and chose dates that fit into your schedule? IT Training's schedule is available for you to view now, so check it out! Every employer loves to know that you can handle a little bit of techno mumbo jumbo. No matter what field you're going into, technology skills are guaranteed to look good on your resume.

Employers know you'll learn easily.

Most jobs now a days require that you work with collaborative software, email management software, Microsoft Office and much more. Having these skills already in your knowledge tool box, ready for use, will encourage employers into thinking that you're a quick study. Plus, they won't have to teach you the basics. 

You're ahead of the game.

Understanding technology makes you a candidate that is one step ahead of the rest. If you want to be competitive in the workforce, learning technology skills is the place to start. Many people don't care to learn or have never been exposed to anything more than Microsoft Word. 

It will make you more organized.

This might seem like something insignificant, but having certain technological skills can actually benefit your day to day organization, and employers perk up at the word "organized." Now, don't get me wrong, not everyone who has tech skills is organized, but showing that you understand how to organize your emails, work with Excel documents and even understand HTML's hierarchical can be a good indicator to your employer about your abilities. 

About The Author
Danyell BaileyInformatics 2016 // Social Media Marketing Consultant // MTCIU Vice President // Brainscape Ambassador // Blogger

Danyell is a senior Informatics major at Indiana University. She works for UITS in the IT Training Department as a Social Media Consultant. She is also involved as a Social Media Ambassador for IU, President of the Marketing Technology Club, a Brainscape Ambassador, and an all-around blogger.

In her free time she enjoy writing for blogs. Besides WeAreIU, she has been featured in IT Training Tips Blog, The New Blak Blog, and of course, her personal blog (http://www.danyellbailey.com). In her spare time, she loves to read, walk her dogs, and design.

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