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On The Wisdom of Job Jumping [infographic]

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Gina Smith
Written by Gina Smith

Job jumping is common these days. That’s because it’s a quick way to increase your salary. But is job jumping a smart move in the long run? Find out here.

aNewDomain — Job jumping is more common than ever. Lots of people jump jobs and even change careers just because they see it as a quick way to reach a higher salary. But how smart is it in the long run? Will a prospective boss at your next job interview refuse you for job jumping and the disloyalty that might conjur up. The below infographic, sponsored by Notre Dame College, digs in.

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Infographic Courtesy: Notre Dame College

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About the author

Gina Smith

Gina Smith

Gina Smith is a New York Times bestselling author and an award-winning journalist online, in print, radio and national TV. A former correspondent for ABC News, Gina is the co-founder and editorial director of aNewDomain Media. Email Gina at gina@anewdomain.net find her on Twitter @ginasmith888

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