- Jul 17, 2020
- Office Version
Hi! I've been working with Excel for quite some time and also started to learn VBA and developed a few projects for current and previous employers, mostly trying to automate tasks and make my job easier, but also to help the business. I have some background in programming, but I thought it was not my thing. But now I love to be challenged about creating a macro or do something with VBA to improve processes. I am interested about becoming a developer, but not sure if it's a good idea or not. On one hand, I see so much potential for automating and improving business processes, on the other hand I've read that VBA is pretty outdated and I also can't find many Excel VBA developer jobs, at least in my country. I am also considering working on projects remote. Do you think someone can have a career on Excel VBA? Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on this. Thanks!