Why Job Hopping Is Losing Its Negative Stigma

Once upon a time, staying in a job for less than a year carried a huge stigma. Job hopping raised a red flag to future employers that you weren’t serious.

Some professionals still believe this. A new survey out from PayScale and Millennial Branding 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.

Source: www.fastcompany.com

Potential employers once frowned upon  applicants who left their jobs too soon. The economic downturn changed all that.

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