Some of the reasons to initiate a job change is to increase salary or gain more responsibility, better career growth opportunities, challenging work, a better working environment or possibly better company. Many will agree that too many job changes can be an issue.Traditional recruiters may steer clear of job hoppers but resourceful ones have come to expect candidates to have some history of job hopping. A recent survey from CareerBuilder shows that 55 percent of employers reported hiring a job hopper. As I mentioned in Why You Should Hire A Job Hopper, not all job hoppers are alike. It is important to identify the “escape-driven” from the “advancement-driven.” The advancement-driven“ are sel
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