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I'm looking to get a different job than what I currently have. I see no future with my company and not much room for growth. I'm 25 with no college/university degree with a limited job experience. Currently, my job experience is as follows: 8 Months - Customer Sales Rep for a insurance agency 1 Year - Cashier 3 Years - Sales I'm working in sales and my title is a "Sales Manager". However, I don't manage any employees and I am in the lowest position in my company. So, I don't know if I should put down "Sales Manager" as my title in the company or if I should just put down my previous title which was "Sales Engineer". On top of that, I don't have too many sales that I generated that is worthy of putting it on my resume. I would have raised my company's revenue by about $300,000-$400,000 over the past 3 years if they gave me the proper support. Anyways, due to no college/university degree and lack of sales generated I feel a little insecure about finding a better job. What kind of jobs do you think would be available to me or would I have a good chance of getting in?

Asked By: Chikim - 6/12/2012
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It'll all be in the way you write that resume... More
Answered By: jello - 6/12/2012
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Well first off I would suggest using an online job finder (Monster.com, Kelly Services) because you can plug in your experience and they can suggest jobs fitting your skills. I would write down Sales Manager because technically that is your title, and that will look great on a resume. That also opens more job... More
Answered By: Ashli D - 6/12/2012
 
You are SO lucky to have a job in this current economy, the fact that you haven't been to a university and being only 25 years old is telling me that you have a good future. Try and staying at you current job and applying to jobs that interests you note experience is very important. Maybe get a part time job and join a... More
Answered By: Bamana Contori - 6/12/2012
 
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