In today's world, we all have a lot of passwords to remember. It might be online banking, email, Facebook, and a host of apps on your phone. To complicate matters, you are advised to change your password every six months.
How do you cope?
Many of our clients keep a small book or journal where they record all their passwords. This is easy and quick, as long as you keep the handbook in a safe place and never, ever lose it.
There are also numerous online programs you can use to save all your passwords securely in one place. When you visit a website, the program will enter the password for you, easily and quickly.
If you would like to learn more, contact us and we can help you end the password nightmare.
One of the areas that personal tutors from Seniors Tech Servces can help you is moving from one job to another. We can help you identify the computer skills you will need for a new job and provide professional training to do the job.
Here are some computer skills that are valued by employers in a wide variety of jobs:
Familiarity with spreadsheet programs, especially Microsoft Excel, is referenced in many job announcements and descriptions. Candidates who can create complex macros to organize spreadsheet information are in high demand in many sectors.
We Can Help To Match Your Skills to the Job Requirements
When you’re working on your resume and cover letters, take the time to mention the skills you have that are listed in the job posting. Show the employer that you have the skills the company needs. We can help you to identify and match your skills to a specific job.
To show employers the computer skills you have, include them in a separate section at the bottom of your resume. Always focus on the skills you have that are mentioned in the job requirements.
Here is an example:
Let us help you make the change and apply for a job in a professional way, listing your computer skills relevant to the task effectively. If you need additional computer training for the job, we can help.
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