Job Hopping Loses Stigma
A new survey finds that 41% of baby boomers believe that people should stay in their jobs for at least five years before looking for a new role. Another 21% say between four and five years. Job hopping early in your career has lost its stigma, says Laura Vanderkam, as people now recognize that it is an efficient way to find the right job and get paid what you’re worth. Read more on Fast Company.
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