Will Microsoft Excel become obsolete in the near future?

Much of what people currently use Excel for is changing already.

The company I work for transitioned about 80% of all the spreadsheet work into google docs, so that users could collaborate in the cloud simultaneously. Most of this is documentation and record keeping.

The finance team moved our Excel-based budgets into cloud applications as well specifically built for budgeting.

For data analysis, we usually use Tableau now instead of Excel.

For certain Ad-hoc tasks, we will continue using Excel because of its speed and functionality. I will always jump to Excel filter and sort simple data sets, build models and perform things like sensitivity analysis. Consultants will always use Excel to send private files over to clients.

Excel will not become obsolete, but it will be used less and less.

What are the benefits of using LaTeX over MS Word, especially for a scientific researcher doing a lot of biology and mathematics?

As well as the general benefits others have mentioned I'll try and show you why LaTeX can be better from my own work.First off is general appearance. By default, LaTeX just looks nicer. It's easier to format professionally whereas MS Word takes a lot of effort to look good.

When is going to college and working not worth it?

I get the impression you are looking for a few anecdotes. Here's some data instead.Every year more than 40% of high school graduates matriculate at four year colleges. Only one in four graduate and get a good job. Half of all graduates are under employed or unemployed.One in four college loans

How many hours a day does it take to work out in a gym?

Depends on what your goals areAre you wanting to be as strong as possible? Plan on two hour sessions 3–4 days a weekAre you wanting to shed some pounds and maybe gain some muscle? 45 minutes to 1.5 hours 4–5 days a week will be sufficient.These are, in my opinion, the optimal ranges in terms of bang for