My Current Company Doesn’t Want Me to Leave

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I was offered a Vice-President of Marketing role, and they want me to start in two weeks. My current supervisor doesn’t want me to go and wants to push the transition period as far out as possible. The new job pays what I’m worth. How can I accommodate both sides?

The penultimate* sentence sums it all up for me. “The new job pays what I’m worth.” This tells me that the current job does not pay you what you’re worth.

Now, this could be a fine thing. If you’re doing work that pays less than what you’re capable of, it’s

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