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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Vishnoo, Aug 25, 2016.
Is this certificate applicable for jobs.(Don't care about wpm,Im new to typewriting)
Are you asking if it would qualify you for a job? If so, I think that would depend entirely on the job description and the expectations of the employer.
TBH probably not as they would most likely want to use whatever program you use or perhaps watch you use it so they know you did not lie or fake it.
What about this certificate:
Which do you think is acceptable(better) as a certificate:
3.http://www.learn2type.com/ Check this website.
This is definitely NOT acceptable.
Everyone knows that any Indian tech support person types much faster than that.
Please don't care about my WPM,I am new to typewriting,I am only to get my certificate only after improving my wpm.
You have to do a lot better than that. You need to be near an average of 150 WPM. Only then you may have a chance in working on a tech-support call center somewhere.
Well, if your typing speed is over 300 wpm maybe lol
I asked which certificate and i didn't ask about my wpm.
10 year old me types faster then that.
I... honestly can't imagine that a certificate would be good for any job you would want to be applying for. Just include your wpm and typing accuracy according to what website in your resume
Type writers are still a thing? o.o
20wpm? what? i didnt realize people can be that slow
is this a joke lol
Outside of a tech-support or programming position, no one is going to care about your WPM. And if they care enough to want test scores, they're going to test you themselves.
That, and 20 WPM barely qualifies you to use a cash register.