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Help me switch industries, VP sales or sales manager/director is the goal

Help me switch industries, VP sales or sales manager/director is the goal

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rottengammy

Hello sub, I'm extremely loyal to my employer, but we are merging with a competitor and I'm unsure if I still share the same vision as our executive anymore. Hoping the sub can get help elevate my resume to the next level. Help me polish and shine this baby to land my next adventure!