When you get blocked for growth at your company, it's natural to think you could interview for a higher level job somewhere else. But it's a lot harder than it sounds.

If you've been trying to get promoted to a management role and it's not happening, it's frustrating. Sometimes it's a bad or selfish boss, sometimes it's the economy, sometimes it's a promotion process cloaked in mystery. You might think you're ready, and you may well be. But if you're thinking of getting to the next level by interviewing elsewhere for a promotion, it's harder than it looks.

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  • Is it possible to get promoted when changing employers?
  • Should I apply for higher positions at other companies?
  • What are the risks of trying for a higher level role somewhere else?

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