As seen on Forbes by Victor Snyder (CEO at BossMakers) he quotes, Dr. John Sullivan on his expertise with job hoppers.
From your employer’s point of view, they may like your large network and breadth of experience, or they may be reluctant to risk an investment in you. Increasingly though, the pros are outweighing the cons as businesses realize the value of ambition and risk-taking.
According to Dr. John Sullivan, a well-respected HR thought leader in Silicon Valley, “Top performers move up frequently, and average performers do not.”
The fact that someone can change jobs frequently and succeed at each new position shows just how exceptional their performance can be. These top performers often bring an accumulated knowledge of their industry — including key competitive insights — and often seek a challenging position in which they believe they can make a significant impact.