How many years should I work at least to keep my job without telling the personnel department at the next one that I'm a flyer?
Answer from: Denis Krakhmalev:
Philologist, I miss zekveschen...
Recruiters understand that if you're 20-25 years old, it's quite natural to change jobs once a year. A man is looking for himself, it's understandable.
Although with a resume entry about changing jobs every year you will always be asked this question.
But the number after which they stop picking on you is 2-3 years in one place in a non-managerial position.
If an executive has worked for 2 years, that also looks suspicious.
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