jyoti gupta Started The Discussion:
If a person is doing second job then want to change within 6 month becoz of moneywise then should the person change her/his job or not?
Definitely you could change the job in 6 months if you have an issue of staying back the company. If the issue can not be sorted out then better quit. Other wise it would not be advisable for anyone to leave with in 6 months. Not at all a good idea.

We could grow only when we stick on to a particular company.

Hi Jyoti!

Frequently changing the job is called Job Hopping and is never appreciated in any industry for key positions.

If it is for the first time, it is acceptable but if it is a trend then it reflects on your CV and this question will always arise during your interview as to why? and if the reason is only money then never go for it. It hampers your growth in the long run. Try to be a bit stagnant. stagnant her does not mean stay for 5 years but yes you may very well remain in the organization for 1.5 or 2 odd years. Mind it that doesn't reduce the chance for drawing a good salary.

Once you'll leave the organization after a span of 1 to 2 years you'll definitely get a good hike.

this is just a short explanation! for more queries feel free to contact


Eventough different people have different opinions, the person himself should decide to move or not depending on the qualification & experience.

What ever it is we as HR people must not forget Money is a main motivation factor.

therfore if the person can get the same exposure (or may be a better) & good working conditions... It s an opportunity he has got.

Regards Ayanthi
Hi Jyoti,

Changing the job within six months is not a good idea.

First you cannot accumulate leaves
Secondly, On probation you cannot get leaves, you have to go on LWP.
Thirdly, you also loose gratuity.
Fourth, you are also going to loose seniority.

If this is for the first time than it is advisable otherwise NO.

Thanks and regards

A. R. Ansari
Manager - HR
Avaant Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd.
301-306, Neelkanth Comm. Centre
122, Andheri - Sahar Road
Andheri (E)
Mumbai - 400 099
Tel. No. 022 - 2835 4415
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I dont think that changing a job within 6 months will affect CV in any case. Why dont we take it the other way.......it is because of the qualification and knowledge that a person gets a job and dont forget the major attraction MONEY. Morover this is how only one gets an exposure in varous fields.

So if someone gets a job within a 6 months or may be early than that, i dont see any issues in that.

But yes keep learning and keep updating yourself so that you cant be beaten up by anyone when it comes to knowledge. And yes decide an age lets say 30, 32 or whatever after which try to be stable.


Changing the job in 6 months is not good.
Every Industry will see for longterm player.
If you move for 6 month you will not come under purview of longterm Player.
I Can agree with thoughts of Jyothi.
You loss everything.
And one more thing is if you work in one Industry for along time, you will have command all activities what exactly you are involving.
Then your level of confidence will be boostup.
Then automatically you can become what exactly you want be.

hai jyothi,

I agree with all the opinions.

I too sugest that changing a company within 6 months that too bcoz of money is not at all good idea.

We as hr's when we are screening resumes we also check the candidates stability.
If within 2 years he changed 2 to 3 jobs then he is not at all good candidate.
Bcoz after undergoing a long recruiting process if a candidate quits with in 6months then it will be a big loss to organization.
Anyways this is my opinion.

Thanks & Regards,
frequently changing the job for sake of money hampers career growth. think twice before doing anything. from valbooj
We all know that changing jobs within 6 months affect our CV, but if our job profile is not satisfactory, what else to do ? But my sincere advise "Dont switch over companies for money sake" , then u will be the looser.

Think Twice

Act Smart

Best wishes

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