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An Important Skill

  • Date Submitted: 03/04/2014 12:48 PM
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Nowadays people say that we have stepped into “The
Information Age”, therefore computer skills are one of
the most important skills in today's society. Being able to
operate a computer is an advanced technique and can
increase one's work efficiency and simplify many works.
Using a computer can help people do many complex
works. You can calculate a very complex arithmetic problem.
Many arithmetic problems in engineering are too
complex to work out by hands. A computer can do these
works conveniently and easily. You can also look for
some references from a foreign country from a computer
if you login in the Internet. You can save your documents
in some discs on a computer no matter how large they
are and you do not need to take a lot of paper.
Using a computer can increase your work efficiency. With
its help, you can book plane tickets and hotel rooms for a
business trip. You can easily compile your files in a
shorter time and retrieve them whenever you need. If
you are an engineer, you can control machines automatically
with the help of a computer. The products are more
precise than those controlled by hands and the product
efficiency is higher. You can save a lot of time to consider
other things and this is important for your success.
If you can operate a computer, you can sit down in your
own home and control distant work. All you need to do is
pressing some keys. With the help of a computer, your
work can be simplified. You also can use a computer to
communicate with your friends by e-mails and it is
quicker and safer than ordinary means.
There are many other skills a person should learn to be
successful, but I think that being able to operating a computer
is the most important.
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