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As a recruiter I speak to people all day, every day, about their careers and what they’re looking for in a role. As this is such an important part of my day to day working life, it inevitably feeds into my weekends. This weekend over Sunday lunch, a close friend of mine was telling me about their new job which had the most amazing benefits and, most importantly, a huge staff discount! “Make the most of my discount though” they said, “I’ll be gone in 2 years time, I don’t want my CV to get stale”; and this really got me thinking, is it better to move roles every few years or will loyalty pay off in the long run?
Benefits of job-hopping
An increase in pay and / or seniority
Building a network
How job-hopping can affect your career
Viewed as disloyal
Questions around cultural fit
Surface level experience
Do you think job hopping has become more acceptable? Do you still steer clear of candidates with multiple jobs in a short period of time? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
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