Some employers are suggesting that workers change jobs every three years or so. They say if an employee sticks at a company too long it can build complacency. Those who change companies from time to time show a willingness to learn and an ability to adapt. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian hosts of The Young Turks discuss.
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Read more here: http://www.fastcompany.com/3055035/the-future-of-work/you-should-plan-on-switching-jobs-every-three-years-for-the-rest-of-your-
“Changing jobs every couple of years used to look bad on a resume. It told recruiters you can’t hold down a job, can’t get along with colleagues, or that you’re simply disloyal and can’t commit.
That stigma is fast becoming antiquated—especially as millennials rise in the workplace with expectations to continuously learn, develop, and advance in their careers. This sentiment is different than the belief of past generations that you cling to an employer over a lifetime in the hopes that your long-term employer will treat you fairly in the end with a matching 401(k) plan, among other benefits.”
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