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The Secret Weapon for Tech Updating: YouTube

by Carol Fishman Cohen

For those of us who have been out of the workforce for a while, the tech update is one of the biggest challenges of career reentry. Employers expect us to arrive with a working knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and basic office management software.  Online tech courses such as Lynda.com can be great resources, as can Community Education courses.  Even a well-placed ad in the local high school newsletter can produce a teenager eager for a part-time tech updating job using knowledge she's had since elementary school.  But the most powerful tech updating tool of all is YouTube. read more - search blog archives

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