Copy and Paste or Download a list of technology skills in many popular formats such as PDF, Excel, CSV, Plain Text, or JSON. Technology skills are much in demand in our modern world. The jobs of the future will need to be able to create and implement what we can’t even imagine. Whether you’re a high schooler looking for their first job, a college student who can’t find internships, or just someone who wants to try something new, you’ll need to learn the ins and outs of programming, and hopefully, this list can help.
Technology skills cover a lot of range. From design to programming, the tech industry needs a diverse range of expertise. This diversity is reflected in the makeup of tech companies, as well as in the number of tech jobs available.
Alphabetical order means the items are arranged in order, from A to Z. For example, apples, beans, carrots. Press the A-Z button to select this.
Reverse Alphabetical Order
Reverse Alphabetical order is where the items are arranged from Z to A. For example zoo, yak, x-ray. Press the Z-A button to select this.
The order the list starts in. Most of the time this will be alphabetical, but in some cases such as presidents or events, the items may be listed by order a person took office or word frequency. If you change the order you can always use the DEFAULT button to reset the items to the original sort order.
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Download list of technology skills in Excel format. Microsoft Excel files are a popular way to store, manage, and manipulate data. The program is useful for managing everything from simple equations to complex financial statements.
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Download this list of technology skills in CVS format. CVS files are good for making spreadsheets. These files are text-only, so they can easily be opened by spreadsheet programs like Excel and other spreadsheet programs. They also permit both reading and writing operations, which makes it easy to make edits without the need for converting the file first.
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Dropdown Select List
A dropdown or a select box is an HTML element that allows the user of your site or app to select a single item. By default, the first item in the list is selected and every subsequent selection will deselect the previous selection. Click the button below to see a dropdown of list of technology skills
An ordered HTML list is one where every item is numbered.
An unordered HTML or bullet point list is one where every item is preceeded by a symbol.
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