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You have to excel at your job and demonstrate you're either ready or already doing the functions of the next higher job. And as happyfrank mentions you have to talk to your supervisor that it is your goal to move up. Ask them specifically what they want to see from you in order to move you up. My staff members that do that are on my radar then to look for a promotion or possibly even a transfer to another position that gives them the responsibilities and pay they might be looking for. While I hate to lose good people from my team I want them to stay in the company. So if that means grooming them to take a promotion in another department then that's what we do.


Hopefully your supervisor is supportive of you moving up.

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