1. Adobe Photoshop
If you're looking to pursue a more creative career, such as photo editing or graphic design, a basic knowledge of Photoshop is usually a requirement.
2. Microsoft Excel
Those who work in finance spend the bulk of their days entering and analyzing information in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, so it's crucial to know the program inside out.
3. Bloomberg Terminal
Just like in college, a course is only as good as its instructor, and we can't imagine a better resource to teach you about the Bloomberg Terminal than Bloomberg. With lectures on everything from currency risks to monitoring GDPs, this course breaks down what you need to know in a way that's easy for beginners to understand.
5. Web development
6. WordPressWhether you're an established editor making the switch from print to digital or a new graduate prepping for your first post-college job, everyone working for a website should understand how the back end of websites work. While content management systems (CMS) vary from publication to publication, mastering WordPress is great starting point.
No matter what industry you work in, one thing's for sure: You will most likely have to speak in front of a large crowd at some point in your career. Some people are naturals at public speaking, but others aren't. If you find yourself in the latter category, learn how to be calm, cool, and collected.
8. SEOConsider search-engine optimization — SEO — a great tool for anyone whose job measures success with clicks, likes, and shares. By adding SEO to your skill set, you're showing your potential employers that you have what it takes to execute a high-trafficking article or successful social-media campaign.
9. Google AnalyticsIf SEO training piqued your interest, enrolling in a Google Analytics course is a smart move, too. Now that you're learning about how to optimize your articles and campaigns, you need a way to record and analyze your results. learn more about your site's demographic, as well as other helpful information, like how many people clicked back on your site, story, or campaign.
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