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Depend on industry, domain and whether companies give out titles or not Some companies will have a rigid structure where you need X years before you get a title change I've known 'test managers' who have 2 years or less experience and you can find people who've worked for many years who are happy just to be called testers
My favorite answer here: it depends. As Phil said, each company handles things differently. As a thumbnail guide, most of the job ads I've seen treat 1-2 years experience as a junior role, where there's likely to be a fair amouont of guidance needed. 3-5 is usually seen as an intermediate level, where the tester is largely self-guided and is starting to ...
Title is not relevant with respect to long term career goals. Your question is about different career path - Being an Individual Contributor Vs Being a Manager. The goals and expectations are different for both the roles. Answer to your question - You grow up in your role based on your experience, contributions, taking up more responsibilities, ...
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