(PRWEB) May 26, 2016 -- The unemployment rate has been steadily on the rise in 2016. While not a drastic increase, it’s been troubling non-the-less. From a business standpoint, employers are seeking the best of the best now, and SilverTribe has a way to help people find a career they’ll love. Microsoft Excel has changed the way businesses operate. Taking functions and macros to do tedious tasks that used to waste time and money to simply complete calculations. Most people that use Excel simply utilize it as an organizational tool, instead of the powerhouse it was meant to be.
The team at MyExcelTemplates.com has understood the depth and value of Excel and has released a new collection of helpful tutorials for beginners and beyond to learn the most useful tools that Excel has to offer. The tutorials range from learning how to lock and unlock cells to using the ROUND function to change the look and feel of a data set.
Ben Davidson, spokesman for MyExcelTemplates.com, stated “Business owners and employers are starting to expand their searches to employees that know Excel well because they see the value in these powerful tools. To help a wide audience of people seeking employment, MyExcelTemplates.com is proud to offer a slew of new tutorials that will gradually help people learn the most useful tools in Excel that businesses are currently looking for.”
The release of this new collection is meant to help people seeking employment with companies learn the most useful functions first to understand what skills companies are looking for when people list “Excel experience” on their resume.
The team at MyExcelTemplates.com is proud to support and continue to add tutorials content to their site, free of charge for anyone willing to enhance their skills in the workplace or for people needing a little something extra for their resume. Anyone is welcome to view all of MyExcelTemplates.com for free in their “Help” tab on the home page.
Ben Davidson, MyExcelTemplates, http://myexceltemplates.com/, +1 (480) 216-2096, [email protected]