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Last year, I had a company reach out to me to discuss a position they were creating and thought I was a good fit. At the time my current employer had just given me a new assignment and out of loyalty or complacency I didn't feel I should leave them at that time. 

The VP of the offering company said he understood while I stayed and appreciated my loyalty. He even came back 2 months later and offered the job again with more money but being scared to move, I said no again. He did say if things ever change to let him know. 

After a year, I am regretting not taking that offer last year. I feel like I'm being taken advantage of by my current employer, there is no room for growth and my boss is not open to discussing a pay raise. However

However, I don't know how to reach out to the other company. I don't even know if the job is open or not. How shouldcould I reach out and let them know to consider me if something should come up?

Last year, I had a company reach out to me to discuss a position they were creating and thought I was a good fit. At the time my current employer had just given me a new assignment and out of loyalty or complacency I didn't feel I should leave them at that time. The VP of the offering company said he understood while I stayed and appreciated my loyalty. He even came back 2 months later and offered the job again with more money but being scared to move, I said no again. He did say if things ever change to let him know. After a year, I am regretting not taking that offer last year. I feel like I'm being taken advantage of by my current employer, there is no room for growth and my boss is not open to discussing a pay raise. However, I don't know how to reach out to the other company. I don't even know if the job is open or not. How should I reach out and let them know to consider me if something should come up?

Last year, I had a company reach out to me to discuss a position they were creating and thought I was a good fit. At the time my current employer had just given me a new assignment and out of loyalty or complacency I didn't feel I should leave them at that time. 

The VP of the offering company said he understood while I stayed and appreciated my loyalty. He even came back 2 months later and offered the job again with more money but being scared to move, I said no again. He did say if things ever change to let him know. 

After a year, I am regretting not taking that offer last year. I feel like I'm being taken advantage of by my current employer, there is no room for growth and my boss is not open to discussing a pay raise.

However, I don't know how to reach out to the other company. I don't even know if the job is open or not. How could I reach out and let them know to consider me if something should come up?

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Reaching out about a former job offer

Last year, I had a company reach out to me to discuss a position they were creating and thought I was a good fit. At the time my current employer had just given me a new assignment and out of loyalty or complacency I didn't feel I should leave them at that time. The VP of the offering company said he understood while I stayed and appreciated my loyalty. He even came back 2 months later and offered the job again with more money but being scared to move, I said no again. He did say if things ever change to let him know. After a year, I am regretting not taking that offer last year. I feel like I'm being taken advantage of by my current employer, there is no room for growth and my boss is not open to discussing a pay raise. However, I don't know how to reach out to the other company. I don't even know if the job is open or not. How should I reach out and let them know to consider me if something should come up?