The more versatile the work you produce, the more people are going to want you to stick around for years to come. Ruth Mayhew shares four steps for how to do that in an article for Chron. First, make a list of the various tasks you do regularly and consider how those tasks have shaped your skill set. Use this knowledge as a starting point for deciding in which directions you would like to further grow. Take this information to your boss, discussing your work goals and what skills you will need to achieve them. A good boss will work with you to help you develop. Beyond that, volunteer for special tasks that let you learn new things. The HR department might be able to introduce you to cross-training opportunities.
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