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I would say in a professional career, job hopping might seem suspect to serious employers. They want employees to stay around for longevity. They don't want to train someone or to offer someone a contract who doesn't have any intention on staying around the office or become part of the team.
But, I know the fast food chains, restaurants, and smaller stores are always looking for help around here. They don't seem to mind so much. My friend just got landed a sales position when previously she job hopped every few months. So I guess it depends on what the company is looking for and if they are willing to hire the person.
It ´s not bad! Not bad at all.
If you think you can achieve more, a static job perspective, wouldn´t help. Would it?
Of course in this case, this would also mean, that you are personally improving and making progress, much faster thank your current working environment can absorb or take advantage off.
Also, if hopping in certain working environments, is the only way to get a better salary or position, go ahead. If you are worth it, nobody! will mind.
by alisha4u5 years ago
I am so curious to know why do people consider BPO's as bad?? They say, it's a failure for someone to work in a BPO, cuz he/ she does not possess any talent, but command over English ! What do you think ??
by Eugene Hardy5 years ago
Specifically, you have run out of benefits and you still can not find a job?
by Amie Butchko4 years ago
If you suspect you are not "good" at hopping hubs, are you doing more bad than good?I like to hop hubs. It exposes me to so many articles I would most likely never see. I like to see the variety...
by Audrey Hunt5 years ago
I've tried several times to "hop some hubs". Doesn't seem to be working. I'm referring to the latest version. 11:33 PM
by Zsuzsy Bee9 years ago
A friend sent this e-mail to my daughter who in turn sent it to me.This is even funnier when you realize it's real! Next time you have a bad day at work think of this guy.Bob is a commercial saturation diver for Global...
by ramkkasturi8 years ago
There has been a lot of hopping earlier.It may have come down now but still those who can hop are still doing it.Does it add value or deplete value?
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