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“Oh, so you’re one of those, huh?”
“Wow, that’s really impressive.”
“Don’t feel obligated to stay late. Once you’re done with whatever you're working on, you’re free to leave.”
“Janu is going to be filling in for me while I'm out on maternity leave.”
“I hear that mobile app developers are in demand right now.”
“She used to report to Amy, then she got promoted to Manager and Amy moved over to the Pricing department. ”
“You constantly have to be learning just to keep pace with the latest developments.”
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“All I want is to meet a guy with a stable job and a good sense of humor. Is that too much to ask?”
“If you just blindly accept whatever they decide to offer, you're definitely leaving money on the table.”
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