Here's the Truth About How Job-Hopping Affects Your Career
As the job market has shifted over the past several decades (and especially after the recession), job-hopping is on the rise, and it doesn’t look like the trend will be stopping any time soon.
Career experts have been debating the merits of job-hopping for a while now, many citing that it’s a bad idea. It turns out, however, that there can be some benefits to quickly moving from job to job up the career ladder. Sound intriguing? Check out the infographic below.
Infographic courtesy of Ajilon. Photo of hopscotch courtesy of Shutterstock.
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