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Jan. 11, 2022, 3:45 a.m. | /u/ovbent

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TL/DR: imposter syndrome. Do I let this be known in the interview? Do I hold on to my integrity and let them know of this feeling of underqualified-ness?

I applied for a hand full of jobs internally. As a data-loss prevention analyst reading internal emails, I feel I'm wasting time. I just don't think it's a skill. I'm only getting older, I've got to get more technical work under my belt. And I'm interested in doing something more technical.

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