91 percent of Millennials (born between 1977-1997) expect to stay in a job for less than 3 years. According to the Future Workplace “Multiple Generations @ Work” survey of 1,189 employees and 150 managers.
Although job hopping may be common with the Millennials, at some point of the other it is good to sit back and evaluate: Is job hopping good or bad for my career?
The answer most certainly depends on the circumstances of an individual and also the economy. Dan Schawbel in an article in CNN.Ccom says:
“Job hopping can look terrible on a resume because you appear disloyal. Employers will think that you didn’t give your last job a chance and that you weren’t able to acquire the necessary experience.”
There are upsides and downsides to job hopping – Bullhorn, a maker of recruiting software, conducted an anonymous survey of 1,500 recruiters and hiring managers found that job hoppers are disliked by recruiters and employers.
Have a look at this Infographic via Bullhorn Reach and share your thoughts in comments below..