The company’s ‘Digital Navigator’ programs teach digital skills that will provide greater opportunities and quality of life.
HOUSTON — Almost every job or level of education requires some level of digital skill. Whether it’s working a cash register, joining an online conference call, or accessing information, these digital skills are vital to know.
According to a recent report, jobs that require even one digital skill pay an average of 8-thousand dollars a year more than jobs with no digital skill requirements. Yet the 2020 U.S. Census Bureau’s American Communities Survey found that one in ten households, or 687,086 households, in the greater Houston area do not have an internet subscription or a computer… or may be without both. Click here to view the full article.