Our guidance on what to do if you have a job-hopping resume.
One of the pieces of advice you'll see from very many career experts and HR professionals is not to job-hop. If you leave a job after less than 2 years tenure, and you do that frequently, you'll be left with a job-hopping resume. Employers read that as a lack of ability to see things through, or worse, that you have to keep leaving because you're not doing well. There's no doubt that a job-hopping resume makes you less employable. However, you can't change the past, so what do you do with that resume?
This Cast Answers These Questions
- What do I do if I have lots of jobs under 2 years duration on my resume?
- How can I *fix* my job-hopping resume?
- Should I change my resume?
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