According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average professional switches jobs every three to four years. But what if you’ve changed jobs two, three or four times within this time frame? Does it hurt your chances of receiving a job offer? A recent survey by Beyond indicates the answer is a definitive YES.
We conducted a survey and asked HR professionals what they thought about ‘job-hopping’ applicants. It turns out that 71% of recruiters aren’t willing to hire people who have switched jobs several times in a short period of time.
Here are three resume tips to decrease your chances of looking like a job hopper: