Job Hopping Infographic

The job market has been steadily improving for job seekers over the past few years. The good news is that it's no longer "mission impossible" to find a job. But do you want just any job?
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As demographics shift, and Millennials slowly overtake Baby Boomers in the labor market, the general opinion on work also shifts—especially the opinion on how long professionals should stay in their jobs. A recent PayScale survey reveals that only 13% of Millennials, compared to 41% of Baby Boomers, believe workers should stay in a job for at least five years. How do you feel?

Defining "job-hopper" is difficult. It’s more subjective, and again, opinions vary. According to those who might be most knowledgeable and objective—HR professionals—51% believe changing jobs once a year qualifies a job-hopper, and 34% believe it’s once every two years.

So what are employers' perceptions of job-hoppers? What are the benefits of frequently moving to another position, and what are the drawbacks? Get the answers to those questions—and be more confident when deciding to accept or decline new career opportunities—from our infographic below:

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