Job Hopping Damages Employment Prospects [Infographic]

Despite people in their 30s being in highest demand, A 55-year-old with a steady employment history is easier for recruiters to place in a new job than 30-year-old job hopper. Here is an infographic on how job hopping damages employment prospects more than age or unemployment.

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Job Hopping Damages Employment Prospects [Infographic]

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  • Dean M.

    Admitting to ageism is nice. Not giving jobs to people who need them is nice too. What if the person had strung a few short contract positions together in this economy? Please tell me who you work for so I can avoid them. Thanks.