Windows Recession Sweepstakes 'Education by the Numbers'

Microsoft Education team shared the graphic below. As students head back to school, they're going to face a job climate that'll increasingly require tech skills – 77% of jobs will require some tech within next ten years. And high school dropouts from the Class of 2006-7 will cost the US economy $329 billion in lost […]

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Microsoft Education team shared the graphic below. As students head back to school, they're going to face a job climate that'll increasingly require tech skills – 77% of jobs will require some tech within next ten years. And high school dropouts from the Class of 2006-7 will cost the US economy $329 billion in lost wages and productivity. That's enough to buy every student in America 13 Windows 7 PCs.

And remember students, if you need Windows 7 and you live in U.S., you can get it for a cool $29.99 with a valid .edu email address. For next 24 hours, Round 7 of Windows Recession Sweepstakes is now open.

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