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Here's how to think about this incredibly valuable experience. Claim, then proof. Claim: I can sell. Proof: I convinced callers to the office to become customers, resulting in 20% sales growth. Claim: I deal well with the public. Proof: the business thrived partially because I served as its telephone voice. Claim: I do what needs to be done. Proof: ...


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I think you say HOW you helped the growth, and by how much, especially if it is quantifiable. Was reliably the main customer contact in the office, greeting and giving customer information on llama grooming and how Llamas-R-Us could provide efficient service. While I was at Llamas-R-Us, we grew on average by 40 customers a month and my boss said that 25 ...


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Software development doesn't happen in a vacuum. Developers are paid to write software because there is a business need that must be met. All of the technical skills in the world aren't worth much if you can't use them to deliver on what the business really needs. How can you do that if you don't have at least some knowledge of the purpose of the software?...


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