For most people, gone are the days when they’d stay at a job for 20 years or more. Today, most people move around to multiple companies over the course of their careers. However, it’s possible to change jobs too frequently and get tagged with the “job hopper” label – which can make you look like a poor prospect to future employers.
Over at U.S. News & World Report today, I talk about how to avoid being labeled a job hopper — as well as what job hopping really means, why it’s a problem, whether you have to stay at jobs you hate just to avoid it, and more. You can read it here.