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What to Do When You've Outgrown Your Job

What to Do When You've Outgrown Your Job

Therese Droste | Monster Contributing Writer

Talk with the Boss

Finally, make an appointment with your boss to discuss your job and your findings. Make sure you outline what you want to discuss ahead of time, so your boss can devote a solid chunk of time to you. In other words, you don’t want your boss to “fit you in” between meetings or phone calls. This is serious business.

The bottom line is that it’s up to you to look out for yourself in a company. Your boss is busy and often does not realize the extent of your duties or how much they may have expanded since you were hired. It’s your job to keep her informed.

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