Intentionally navigating your career, not jumping blindly, is the best way to maximize your options.
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More than one in five U.S. employees changed jobs in the past year, according to a recent ADP Workforce Vitality Report. That number continues to grow every year because it has never been easier to make a change and our strong economy offers more job options.
On the surface, a move to increase your pay, title or responsibilities seems all positive. Changing jobs frequently or with no strategy, however, is not necessarily a good thing for your career. Many professionals find that when they quickly leap for a “grass is greener” opportunity, they may find themselves in a cycle of poorly matched roles and more turnover. Here are three ways to accelerate your career without falling into the trap of being a job hopper. READ MORE