Aug 3, 2005
Should you stay at your job for 10 years?
Jason at Recruiting.com thinks recruiters should not bother trying to recruit someone who's stayed 10 years with the same company. He has his reasons.
You can read my comments on my reply to Jason's post.
On the other hand Landed.fm profiles a new kind of headhunter, one who is adding terms like "professional contract" to their lingo.
what do you think? Would you want a person who's worked in a company for a long time to report to you? Or one who's got a "healthy job hop" rate?
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