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Master Microsoft Project with this $30 bundle

Take on one of project management's most important tools with over 17 hours of expert insight.
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There's never been a better time to work in the increasingly lucrative field of project management. Companies spanning virtually every industry are always on the lookout for talented and trained managers who can inspire teams and exceed goals, and they're paying these professionals handsomely for their services.

But, if you want to be competitive in the field, you need to have the right tools. The MS Project 2019 A to Z Bundle will get you up to speed with one of the most relied-upon platforms in project management, and it's available for over 80 percent off at just $30.

With over 17 hours of training and over 100 lessons, this bundle walks you through both the fundamentals and more advanced elements of this essential management tool.

You'll learn how to set schedules and hit deadlines, set up a variety of tasks and dependencies, manage project costs and resolve over-allocations and much more.

Join the thriving field of project management with help from the MS Project 2019 A to Z Bundle for just $30—over 80 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

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