The Normalization of Job Hopping

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Workers no longer expect to stay with companies for their lifetimes. In fact, it’s increasingly common for employees to stick around for as little as a year before moving on to a new role, where they also expect to have a short tenure. It’s a practice long known as “job hopping,” although the stigma once attached to that term has faded considerably, at least in the minds of younger workers.

Job Hopping Becoming the Norm

Back in the 1970s, “job hopping was likened to vagrancy and branded ‘Hobo Syndrome’ by industrial psychologists,” writes Alex Christian in an

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