It's no secret that the job market is more competitive than we've seen in recent history. It's not just finding a job that's tough to do in the current anemic hiring conditions, keeping one also requires a lot of work.Securing a promotion or any career advancement hinges on your ability to prove your value and dedication to an employer. And the best way to do that is treating your boss like your most important client.You might be thinking, that's easier said than done, but here are a few tricks to keep in mind:Realize that you work for yourself, not for your boss. People often balk at this idea because they associate working for themselves with being an entrepreneur. Here's some sobering truth: Most bosses don't have a personal interest in their workers. Sure, they value hard-working employees, but at the end of the day, they just want to get the job done.You, however, do have a personal interest in your work. When you go to work each day, you do so because you want to make money to su...
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