From 1990 to the present, the number of people who have stayed in the same job for less than two years has grown from 16% to 51%.
It seems pretty safe to say job-hopping has become common.
However, if you have a personal history of job-hopping, it may be damaging your employment prospects—especially if you’re unemployed for a while between jobs or are a younger or older candidate. Here’s what hiring managers had to say about the matter. (The results may surprise you.)
(Related: Job-Hopping is on the rise! Is job-hopping a smart career move?)