Why you should not change job frequently

Do you change job frequently? Hiring managers or recruiters like to hire people who have stayed with a company for longer intervals of time rather job hoppers who change or switch companies on frequent basis. The article details some of the reasons why you should not change job frequently.

 

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  1. Impacts your Professional Learning

impacts your professional learning

 

It takes about a year for a professional to understand the job responsibilities and get adjusted in any job. But if you are changing your jobs every one or two years, you do not give yourself the sufficient time to learn anything meaningful in your role by taking up more challenging tasks or additional responsibilities. This could have an impact on your career growth in the longer run. Your growth equation can only get better if you take up different roles in the same job profile rather than looking out frequently.

 

  1. Failing to Make Longer and Better Professional Connections or Relationships

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Job is all about building the right professional connections with the people you work with and these people can help you grow if you are working with them for a longer duration of time. Short tenure at each job will prevent you from developing any meaningful relationships with your colleagues. You can grow your long list of professional connections but not the fruitful ones.

 

  1. Makes a bad impression on your resume

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If you change your jobs on frequent basis, it is clearly reflected in your resume that you are a job hopper and leaves a bad impression of yours to the prospective companies. Some of the well established companies give preference to the candidates you have stability in your jobs rather than those who change jobs on consistent basis.

 

A sign of instability creeps up every time you change job frequently and it is not a healthy sign from growth perspective. So, make it a practice to stick with companies for a longer duration and show them your worth as a valuable resource. Switching jobs frequently can provide you with good personal growth in terms of money but rules out the trust factor completely.

 

 

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