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Hi Antony,
What I have said is that, there is another post going on in the forum where the same topic is being discussed. :D
This is the reason the discussion is not taking place in this post.
Did you read that other post?
Cheers
Archna

It is a wonderful article by Mr.Gopalakrishnan. I totally agree with his point of view. Thnx, Archana.
Giving all sorts of excuses (personal, emotional, monetary, etc.) seems so unprofessional for changing jobs so soon. There should be some stability. Initially the organisation pays us without getting any output. So, it is our moral duty to give back to the organisation many fold.
Nobody's working or doing anything for that matter without facing any kind of problems. We should be prepared for every kind of problems when we decide to take up an assignment, unless ofcourse the matter is beyond our reach. We have to be tough and face problems boldly in order to achieve our goals. With stability :D

In my view, changing jobs frequently for what ever reason does affect a person’s career to a certain level.
The reason why I am saying this is because when the employer goes through the resumes to short list candidates he does not go for the “reasons” why you have changed jobs so frequently but the fact that you have changed jobs frequently. They look for employees who can stick with them for some time and on employees who they can depend on. A resume as your friend’s will not look very impressive with job hopping.
Employers are looking ways to cut down staff costs and they want to recruit a person who can serve then for a longer time period etc. Hence while selecting the most suitable candidate they will not give priority to a resume which has a history of job switching with in a short term period!!


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