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Big Data Debunks View That Job-Hoppers Make Bad Hires | Forbes

Jim Meyerle is co-founder and EVP of Strategy and Finance forEvolv On-Demand.

Jim Meyerle

A common assumption among employers is that job-hoppers and the long-term unemployed make bad employees. The reasoning is that job-hoppers – defined as those who have held more than four full-time jobs during a five year period or more than four positions for less than six months – or those people who are currently unemployed, lack a commitment to long term job tenure or are at a skill deficit compared to peers with similar backgrounds but who are currently employed.

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