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How To Quantify Your Career Achievements (When You’re Not A Rainmaker)

Typical resume advice says to use quantitative results — revenue generated, costs saved, profits increased. But what about people who aren’t in sales or don’t manage a budget. What results can a mid-level manager or someone new in a career show?

Read my answer in my latest post for Vault.com:

http://www.vault.com/wps/portal/na/!ut/p/c5/04_SB8K8xLLM9MSSzPy8xBz9CP0os3gzQ0u_YHMPIwN_9zBHA09_fxNLF88wQ-8wY6B8JJK8gacFELt7ODu7h7oaGRiaEtAdDrIPv36QvAEO4GiApt_fxB1og0Wgu5uFr6eBaaCpvp9Hfm6qfkFuhEFmQLoiABvyPfs!/dl3/d3/L3dJVkEvd0RNQUJrQUVnQSEhLzRCbjRSSUFnLzZfNjE5TlM3SDIwT0dWQTBJT080OURJVjFDODYvN182MTlOUzdIMjBPR1ZBMElPTzQ5RElWMUNPNA!!/?blog_id=1440&entry_id=9789

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