Competitive Applicant for Data Encoder
Data entry is the act of transcribing some form of data into another form, usually a computer program. Forms of data that people might transcribe include handwritten documents, information off spreadsheets from another computer program, sequences of numbers, letters and symbols that build a program, or simple data like names and addresses. Some people perform jobs that are exclusively data entry, while others, like programmers, might have to occasionally enter data. Since the advent of computers, and since the beginning of typing, the need to collect and neatly present documents has required data entry. Good typists, especially those who are also excellent at 10-key typing often are the most qualified for data entry positions. On the other hand, many computer programmers are not terrific typists but still plow their way through inputting code into programs when needed.
WPM: 45 ACCURACY: 100%