Some solid advice, Andrew 😉 What do you think, would exact numbers work better than round ones? I mean, instead of "Reduced 30% of the page load time" we could use "Reduced 31.6% of the page load time".
On sales pages, these numbers perform better as they appear more credible. Not sure if it's the same on CVs though 🤓
Thanks a lot for the question! I'd use round ones on a resume, since they are easier to read.
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