Is Job Hopping Losing It’s Stigma?


Job hopping may be losing its bad reputation, at least among the youngest generation of Canadian professionals, a new Accountemps survey suggests.  Fifty-three per cent of employees between the ages of 18 and 34 said changing jobs every few years can actually help their career, compared to 40 per cent of professionals between the ages of 35 and 54 and 25 per cent of those age 55 or older. There were also differences by gender, with 54 per cent of men and 31 per cent of women reporting that job hopping is beneficial.

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Annual Survey Highlights Employee Perks Received This Holiday Season

Time Off, Celebrations, Gifts And Bonuses, Survey Sheds Light On Employer Year-End Holiday Practices As American workers enter the heart of the holiday season, many will be in a festive mood thanks to employee perks such as extra paid time off, workplace celebrations and year-end gifts and bonuses, according to findings from Bloomberg BNA’s 2014 Year-End Holiday Practices Survey.  HR professionals can access a complimentary copy of the survey here.

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College Choice Publishes 2015 Ranking of Top 50 MBA Programs

Graduates Tavorro MBA Program Rankings

Unique Ranking Focuses on Startups and Job Opportunities Associated With Each Program Stanford University, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, University of California Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management occupy the top five spots on the list, which was calculated based on data related to the number of startups and job opportunities associated with each school, existing reputations, and the number of opportunities calculated against class size.

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