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job-hop

(jŏb′hŏp′)
intr.v. job-hopped, job-hop·ping, job-hops Informal
To change jobs frequently, especially as a means of quick financial gain or career advancement.

job′-hop′per n.

job-hop

vb (intr)
to change jobs, esp frequently

job′-hop`



v.i. -hopped, -hop•ping.
to change jobs frequently.
[1950–55]
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When asked during my last interview why I was not just job-hopping but actually industry-hopping, I could only quip, 'Because I can.
It works in Uber's favor that California, where both companies are based, has a well-established public policy of protecting, even encouraging, employee job-hopping.
With job-hopping at an all-time high, finding and retaining top talent is a priority for employers, and a strong employer brand is more critical than ever to successfully supporting a company's talent acquisition and retention efforts.
This job-hopping was not necessarily by choice, the survey found.
The scramble for the best employees in Iran is "healthy" and will drive up salaries, which could help to reduce the job-hopping that some bosses see as a problem, said Ramtin Monazahian, who moved to Tehran from Germany to found the online shopping website Bamilo.
The trouble is, today's job seekers -- particularly job-hopping millennials -- want things that aren't conveyed in typical job postings.
Job-hopping allows an individual to be exposed to multiple opportunities but it can also create headaches for your employer left to pick up the pieces once you've left.
This creates problems and, therefore, we want to discourage this job-hopping phenomena during academic sessions.
This will help combat the job-hopping that is apparent with Gen Y.
Blame it on a more mobile, job-hopping culture, both nationwide and in Texas.
Offering options that appeal to the tech-friendly, such as the option to work remotely, might deter job-hopping.
By gender, 47 percent of the men and 37 percent of the women consider job-hopping a plus.