Chronic job hoppers are probably familiar with the adage, “The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.”
Too often, the inclination to move from job to job raises questions about candidates:
Data from Fast Company say it’s time to retire the stigma of being a flaky job hopper.
Millennials are changing corporate culture
Young people are becoming a commanding force in a variety of industries. In turn, they’re altering the definition of “a successful career.”
Along with their wide-eyed optimism and determined work ethic, they’re always on the hunt for “the next best thing.” That often means job hopping, which business writer Vivian Giang says is a good thing.