Views on Job Hopping

Hello, everyone!

I would like to know your views on Job Hopping. 

The days when someone could expect to start working and grow in a single company, working there up until retirement, are long gone.

Greatly because companies have been capping employee growth both in terms of positions and salaries through fixed policies that force the best ones to get out of the company in order to grow their career. 

This may be beneficial for the company in terms of numbers, since company will be absorbing value that should have gone to the employees. But what about the long run? 

Is this fixed growth structure capturing value from employees in the best interest of the company? Isn't HR the one most benefiting from this trend since they manage internal workloads through fixed policies, force employees out and then get high bonuses from new hires?

What do you think of this trend? 

Would you job hop in order to grow your career?

What time-frame would you follow to job hop and get the best results?

Looking forward to your inputs.

Have a great day!

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  • Job hopping has proven the easiest way to get a pay raise. 

    The new generation of workers are very aware that they are underpaid and not treated fairly. There will be a lot of job hopping in the near future.

    Hopefully companies will adapt and give reasonable compensation.

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  • Job hopping has proven the easiest way to get a pay raise. 

    The new generation of workers are very aware that they are underpaid and not treated fairly. There will be a lot of job hopping in the near future.

    Hopefully companies will adapt and give reasonable compensation.

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