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What Do Hiring Managers Think of Resumes with Quantified Accomplishments? | Job Search Radio

What Do Hiring Managers Think of Resumes with Quantified Accomplishments? | Job Search Radio

If my resume describes actions that “increased revenue by $1 million,” or “Increased productivity by 50%,” are hiring managers generally impressed, or do they assume the numbers are all made up? Do they want to see numbers like that?

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