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How rapidly do a person move to the next level in this career?

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Wael’s Answer

It depends on a lot of variables; however, it is heavily dependent on you and the company.

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Yomaira’s Answer

Hi there!

It all depends on the team that you are working with and also on the industry. If you are interested in exploring a specific career or company/industry, I recommend looking up professionals on LinkedIn. This will give you a sense of personnel mobility within the organization.

I hope this helps!
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Rey’s Answer

Regardless of where you are in your career, always know what opportunities are out in the market every 3 years, maybe even 2 years these days. Always understand the value you bring to the company you are working for. Typically it takes a minimum of 2 years to get mastery in your job. Once you achieve this, you should naturally excel, enjoy the work, but start to get bored. With this extra time, make sure you take on additional projects that are aligned with the next job in the career, start doing the job, and test your capabilities. This is all a journey, early in your career, you might make fast changes, as you get more senior positions, you spend a lot more time in those stepping stones. Mid management, you toil for 10 years developing and learning. After this hard work, you need the opportunity that sometimes comes with luck. If you always think about the good to the customer or the company you work for, eventually that consistency will get you where you want to go. Have a plan, just be patient.
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Heidi’s Answer

Often times being promoted is about being a good teammate and being willing to help others and see the big picture. It's important to build a network and form relationships with those you work with, so they want you on your team! Don't be afraid to share what your work related passions and interests are, so when a new project/role opens up, they can think "Oh, I know someone who mentioned they were interested in this kind of work, maybe we can give them a try." But in the end, it comes down to a lot of hard work, dedication, and willingness to grow and learn more, every day.
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