1. You can gain a broader base of knowledge
Think about the learning curve you experienced when you started your current job. There was likely a period of fast-paced adaptation, followed by a longer period of learning the finer details of your work. Ideally, you ended this phase by moving into a level of mastery of your daily tasks and became an expert in your part of the organization’s operation.
But are you capable of more? And could you advance your personal base of career-specific knowledge by repeating this process in a new position? The answer could be “yes.”