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I'm busy doing a routine resume update, and I'm hoping someone here can give
me some good suggestions on how to phrase something.
The department in question has performance measures they are expected to
meet. For example, one of the perfromance measures is "Percentage of
Successful Completion of Adult Offender Probation Dispositons"
My task is to come up with a number, say 65%, using available research
Management can then take that number and decide of the department is on
target or not.
I'm wrestling with a way to describe the process of coming up with the 65%.
Has anybody else here done this kind of work? And how did you describe it
on your resume?
Technical Writer and SAS Programmer
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