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Washington Post: Millennials Aren’t Job Hopping as Much as Previous Generations. Here’s Why That’s Bad.

By Jonnelle Marte

“Amanda Healy has worked for three companies in the last three years. She’s had her current job as a marketing manager for TIBCO Software Inc. for about eight months — and she hopes to stay there for the long run. But her stint at her previous employer lasted only 10 months. The 26-year-old says she isn’t a habitual job hopper. (She was with her first employer for three and a half years.) But she thinks the moves she has made between employers have been vital to advancing her career — and growing her paycheck, 25 percent every time. Each move, even the internal ones she made at her first company, came with more responsibility.” Read more here.