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I'm the director of the sales division.
I went to a bar for the first time last night. I feel like I’m slowly becoming an adult.
The kanji and the word are exactly the same. That means they share meanings as well.
If you're lucky, you already know this (very) common word's reading. It's the word for "I," probably one of the first things you'd learn in Japanese. The reading for this is わたし. If you don't know that already, just think: "What, a し?" referring to the reading of the kanji, which is し.