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Subject:Re: Job-Hopping to increase pay From:Chris Tonjes <chris -at- OVERTHE -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 3 Oct 1996 22:20:12 GMT
Matthew Danda <dandam -at- 1stnet -dot- net> wrote in article
<199610031351 -dot- IAA28317 -at- fcs -dot- 1stnet -dot- net>...
> Dear all:
> Just wanted to share my personal experiences with job-hopping as a method
> increasing pay.
> I am currently doing what many people would call a "no-no" in the
> world: I will have worked as a full-time employee for 3 companies in 2.5
> years. I realize that I am in danger of becoming a "job-hopper."
Why is this behavior unacceptable? Most programmers do exactly the same
thing. Indeed, many companies encourage this sort of thing by offering
recruits big salaries and signing bonuses.