Is Job Hopping Bad For Your Career?
Being labeled a “job hopper” was (and can be) seen as a negative, and many employers would see that as a red flag. After all, as an employer why would you hire someone who will jump ship in a year or less?
A job hopper is someone who switches jobs every one or two years on their own accord. Prior generations worked for the same employer throughout their entire career, and job-hopping was seen as something negative. Nowadays, employees change jobs quite frequently, however, job hoppers tend to switch jobs even more frequently.
What Is Job-Hopping?
Most people switch jobs because they are not too happy with their current position and are looking for another opportunity to help grow their careers.
Why Do People Job Hop?
-Good at adapting -Faster career development -Higher salary
The Pros Job Hopping
-Cannot establish yourself -Never stop -Shorter track record
The Cons Of Job Hopping
-Follow a job search methodology -Focus on developing skill
The Do’s of Job Hopping
-Don’t do it just for the salary -Don’t leave on a bad note -Don’t leave too soon
The Dont’s of Job Hopping
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