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The 1 Question You Must Bring Up Next Time You Meet with Your Manager

Woman and Manager

In a one-on-one with your boss, make sure you talk about where you see yourself in the future.

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Job hopping can be a valuable means of career growth; there’s no denying that working in different roles and in different environments can help you pave the path that’s best for you. But job hopping from employer to employer isn’t always the answer to achieving a meaningful career.

Take it from Tina Kit, a Product Manager at , a company. In her five years at the company she’s shifted roles various times, and she credits her

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