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How to get Kim Komando’s 10 tech skills that are worth listing on your resume

(Komando.com) – Here’s to “A Better You!” Computing industry pro, web entrepreneur and syndicated radio host of The Kim Komando Show Kim Komando offers ways to not only beef up your resume, but provides suggestions on developing 10 tech skills that matter in today’s marketplace! We have curated a series of courses that are either free or very affordable to get you started!


2. WEB DEVELOPMENT – Try the free web dev tutorials at Webmonkey

3. SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (SMMS) – Try Podium/Hootsuite Academy

4. MOBILE DEVELOPMENT – Try Code Studio’s AppLab at Code.org

5. CODING – Try CodeAcademy

6. HTML/CSS – Try HTML 5/CSS at Khan Academy

7. SQL – Try PHP/MySQL at Alison.com

8. CYBERSECURITY – Try Fundamentals of Network Security at Alison.com

9. TECHNICAL WRITING – Try Business Writing at UVI CELL

10. EMERGING TECHNOLOGY – Try Technology at University of Reddit

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As you work to improve your workplace and entrepreneurial profiles, you can find many free online training options on our blog!



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