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How to Overcome Your Job-Hopping Past and Get Hired


Don’t let a sketchy resume hold you back from your dream job.

The more you focus on what you can do for your new company, the more likely an employer will give you a chance to prove your worth – job-hopping or no job-hopping.   

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Job Hopping 101: 5 Things to Think About Before You Bounce

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One of the questions that I get asked all the time: Is job hopping ok, or do employers frown upon resumes that show a whole bunch of job hopping?

Here’s what I think: young people need to job hop…   

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Job-Hopping: The Pros and Cons of a New Economic Reality [Infographic]


The modern workforce has come to expect a certain amount of job-hopping. But is that a good thing?

Before you decide to plan your career around multiple jobs, consider the pros and cons of changing jobs often…   

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When a Dream Job Comes Along (And You Just Started Another Gig)

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So, what do you do when your dream job comes along when just you started a new job?

If you find yourself in this situation, here are a few questions to ask yourself…   

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3 Ways You Know it’s Time to Find a New Gig

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Work is not a relationship. There never was a long-term commitment, by either side. This is not a divorce.

Here’s how you know, without a doubt, that it is time for your career to go in a different direction…   

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8 Ways to Use Job Hopping to Your Professional Advantage


Since starting your professional career, you’ve probably been hearing the same advice: avoid job hopping at all costs.

In many cases, this holds true. But, if you think job hopping is right for you — like 57 percent of Millennials do, follow the tips below to use job hopping to benefit your career…   

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