I don't like your insinuation. You're not job hopping if you're at a business for 20 years & they go out of business. Next job 6 years & they go out of business. After 5 years, a state job appealed to me (for several reasons) & I went there until I got sick & I retired. So, tell me how I was job-hopping.
Why is there a problem that I have to many jobs on my application if you look at the dates you would see that I worked two jobs at a time I stay with jobs and maybe one is a temp job I got hired on .
I worked for fifteen years in multiple jobs is this effecting why employers aren't hiring m because multiple jobs am I really overqualified.
I don’t job hop. I’ve been with state of Tn for 14 yrs and been at Kroger for 4 years and still there now and those were promotions and still there!
Hi Janice, these are only two different companies that I worked for The breakdown Is to show the different levels of promotions overtime from Alameda County only the earlier on was for the engineering firm that I worked for so basically there are only two companies Bechtel engineering and Alameda county social services. There is no job jumping
I have been with the same company for 31 years
What if you haven’t worked in several years, your current position is a temporary one set with an end date, and you’ve applied to multiple positions with the same Government department in an effort to secure a permanent position with said Government Department...would the respective department think that was a form of “Job Hopping”?