Tanya Coles
@MsColes77 · 4:57

Job Hopping to Advance Your Career

So now people have no problem changing jobs frequently, and they're not even worried about how it looks when they're going to a job interview because several people even ask, well, how do you explain to a hiring manager why you keep changing jobs? And so a lot of them say, well, just be honest about why you're changing jobs

#work #career #employment #jobs

Erica Jean
@HeyItsErica · 4:31


Like you said, some people probably prefer to stay somewhere and bloom where they at, have some stickability in their jobs, and then you have others who job hop to get certain skills that they need, and that's fine, too. And just like you, I'm amazed at some of the older generation who worked at the same place for 40, 50 years, whereas the jobs I've been at, two of them I've been laid off from
Glenn Mann
@GlennPriceMann · 4:21
It. Hey, this is a great topic. I think the data shows that if you really want to make more money, the best thing to do is to leave for another job because you're going to make more that way than waiting for a raise or promotion from the employer that you have. And the dynamic has shifted. You know, there was a time year where someone could work somewhere 2030 years and keep getting raises, especially if you were in a union job