Problems with Jumpy CV Around the World

Problems with Jumpy CV Around the World


There will be reservations for employers to hire the candidate label as “too jumpy”.


In today’s job market, particularly the millennial workforce isn’t looking for a forever job.


Some HR will have their definition of jumpy such as you work less than 3 years in your current job.


Jumpy means different things to different people and it’s not always easy to change perceptions though.


Companies would evaluate if they should invest time and training in someone who might not be with the company for the long term.


So if you have changed a few jobs within 3 to 5 years, what can you do to explain during your Interview?


HR or hiring managers are humans too, so you should always have an explanation for a move.


The key is for everyone to be honest about what you are looking for and have a plan of action to achieve it.


You should mention the drive and determination for progression, willingness to learn for professional development.


And I believe if you were exposed to several different organizations, cultures, teams, and processes of working.


You will be used to adapting to new ways of working, changing priorities and learning new things easily.


During the Interview, you also have to demonstrate your track record and what you bring to the table.


Keith Lau #nextRoles

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