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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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Though she belongs to a generation that discouraged job-hopping, she went against the grain and did exactly that, "not only as a career strategy but to learn more and to learn faster.
They must not be labelled for job-hopping in such early stages.
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Chief executive Ben Chatfield said the younger generation had a "different appetite" for learning and self-improvement and regarded job-hopping as a chance to try something new.
In order to tackle the job-hopping boom, 94 per cent of the surveyed companies said they planned to recruit new staff after the New Year, and 63 per cent said they would only fill the vacancies after employees left.
Millennials are notorious for job-hopping. Traditionally, this indicates lack of commitment, but we've yet to discover that it's a true barometer of success or failure within our organization.
Labelled the "job-hopping" generation, millennials are sometimes cited for a low work ethic or high turnover rates.
Bureaucrats enjoying rents by way of transfers from one prized post to another, totally unrelated to their qualifications or experience, will resist a move that checks such unmerited job-hopping from one ministry to another.
Not because he doesnt trust my ability to flourish in journalism but because he has lived long enough to know that ultimate fulfilment in any profession results not from constant job-hopping and ranting, but as a reward for sticking to ones course.To him, being aggressive without modesty is hollow.
There are books on general team building, there are books on workplace best practices, and there are books on leadership, but "Culture Wins" by that shows forward-thinking leaders how to integrate it into today's new job-hopping culture.