Loosely defined, job-hopping is the ashewoism of jobs. Changing jobs within short time frames.
The question though is what is the defined ‘industry-standard’ period of staying at a job?
Traditionally, my lucky guess is like 3 to 5 years. To certain members of the tech industry, it’s something between a year to 3 years.
Now, people and as popularly accused: Gen Zs, change jobs within 3, 6 months, and in our defense, there’s a method to our madness.
PS: I need to say for the record that I’m not really Gen Z, Gen Z like that, but they use to ko eran mi mero, so here we are. 😐
In the conversations that have come out of this hot topic, we have discovered that people leave jobs for different reasons: toxic workplace, an undefined or unspecified chart to growth within a company, inadequate compensation, tech CEOs💀.