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MAN GOT HIGHER PAYING JOB OFFER FROM BIGGER COMPANY, BUT CURRENT BOSS HINTS @ PROMOTION

Offered a role from a bigger company, not sure to jump over

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Im an associate in my current role for a year half, it’s a global MNC. I like my boss, and am given a lot of opportunities to work with regional teams, however my tasks are more suited for a person above me aka if I get promoted since I mainly work shoulder to shoulder with managers (way above my current role).

I was past on during the promotion cycle even though I was given an industry above average increment and a slight role change, most possibly because I’ve only been here for a year half and I would have to wait for next year.

I was offered a position by a bigger global MNC in a different industry, the company is well reputable and has a glassdoor rating of 4.1. This is for a regional role and it would be a promotion for me (senior). Pay wise we’re looking at a 20% jump. The only ambiguity is my manager and teammates.

Both office locations are in central. Both require to WFO. Insurance benefits are similar.

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To note: There is no senior associate in my current company, the next role would be an assistant manager. So a 2 role jump if I stay for 1-2 years more, but if I’m past on again, it is a wasted opportunity for me.

I would consider myself a high performing and valued person by management in my team. Current manager did hint of promotion to AM in the coming years.

If you were me, what would you do?

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