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The True Cost of Job-hopping Through Your Career

Constantly hunting for a better position could leave you empty-handed in the long-term

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At the time, I was heeding my internal voice — the one that kept telling me I didn’t have to put up with an unrewarding job because there was something better for me, something more suited for my…




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Roger A. Reid, Ph.D.

Roger A. Reid, Ph.D.

Author of “Better Mondays”|Host of Success Point 360 Podcast|Tips & strategies on personal development-work-productivity-careers-life |

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