How to Job in Google: The concern of the youth is justified. That’s the job! For this, the youth of the country first study in big colleges. Despite this, they do not get jobs as per their wish. On the other hand, some youth are miles away from education. Then he says that I wish we had studied. In such a situation, today we have brought good news for both types of youth. You can earn lakhs of rupees with the help of one Google course. Now you are not going to face any job related problems. Let us explain this in detail.
Learn about Google IT Certificate program
Google, the world’s largest tech giant, has launched a program for the youth. Due to which all of you can learn it and get packages worth lakhs. For this you will have to do a course of three to six months. The course fee is $49 per month. The name of this course is “Google IT Certificate Program” (Coursera). Through this course, you can learn various skills like trouble shooting, network protocol related tasks, cloud computing as well as caster service.
Google gave information on social media
Giving information on social media X, Google wrote, “The IT Certificate Program (Coursera) run by Google has now become the most popular certificate. This course helps people in getting good paying jobs in IT support field due to skills. “No college degree is required to take this course, new opportunities are coming soon.” Let us tell you that Google has also given a link for this course- @Coursera You can do all the registration by visiting. Apart from this, Google has also said through Tweet (X) that it will soon launch courses for Project Manager, Data Analyst and UX Designer. For this, everyone can visit the link- grow.google/certificates now. Let us tell you that Google had launched this course during the Corona period. In such a situation, now this course has become everyone’s choice.
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