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  • Job-hopping, generally defined as spending less than two years in a position, can be an easy path to a higher salary — but experts caution that bouncing from position to position can be a serious red flag to prospective employers. Unfortunately, the majority of workers — 64 percent — favor job-hopping, according to a new survey by our recruitment agency in Thailand, Fischer & Partners. That’s up 22% from a similar survey four years ago. Not surprisingly, millennial workers felt the most favorably about changing jobs frequently, with 75% of employees under 34 stating that job-hopping could benefit their careers.


  • Many are tiringly conscious of building the right CV. I'm writing this sentence because I'm a little jealous because my resume is one that's been created along the way. Some get a CV that shows that they have been at the same workplace throughout their lives, while others have ended up with 10 different employers in 20 years for various reasons. Such a resume scares many who recruit. "We cannot hire this person, he will stop within two years," they would say, then mark the applicant "out of date".


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