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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadvancementad‧vance‧ment /ədˈvɑːnsmənt $ ədˈvæn-/ noun [countable, uncountable]  UP formal progress or development in your job, level of knowledge etc career advancement advancements in science
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advancementFriendship has a lot more to do with hiring and advancement.Many people are forced to move from one city to another in search of better jobs or career advancement.Without collective advancement there can be no genuine individual advancement, but only uprooting.However, formal education is usually necessary for advancement.Eliza does marry for her advancement, after all, but does not sacrifice her self-respect to do so.He also promotes his staff according to merit, rather than by pursuing the traditional path of steady, age-linked advancement.Chances of advancement are good although you may have to move agencies to get it.Far more career plans reflected concerns for acquiring the strategy and related client skills so essential to advancement within the firm.
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