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Hunting and pecking is when a person doesn't have the keyboard memorized and uses two fingers, or incorrect fingers, to individually type each key. They find each key by sight. Hunting and pecking limits an individuals productivity on the computer, making them inefficient and slow.

Individuals who type with their two index fingers commonly limit out at speeds of 30 WPM or less (if they're really good). An average professional typist consistently reaches speeds upwards of 80 WPM, or more. Hunting & Pecking also increases the risk of repetitive motion injury.

Keyboarding Online has developed methods to develop speed and accuracy with good technique. We can break the Cycle of Hunting & Pecking!


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