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I know switching jobs every few yrs helps maximize comp, but is it possible to still get close to reaching your potential at same firm? I like my firm, but can’t help thinking...(cont.)

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Don’t forget that there are intangibles that come with staying at a job (understanding/navigating the culture, internal relationships, and so on). If those factors are important to you, be sure to weigh that against the incremental compensation you might get externally

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(Cont.) that I might be leaving money on the table

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That’s a good point about the people. It’s honestly one of the major reasons why i like my firm. I don’t think there’ll be a lot of upward mobility because we’re a small but fast growing firm, so hopefully the growth will be reflected accordingly on my comp...

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Imo the only reason to move jobs is if you either aren't enjoying your current one or want to learn more somewhere else. The money will come for all those who earn it eventually

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