Not all conventional wisdom is good, nor does all of it hold up as times change. We’re all trying to get ahead in life – we want to look good, feel good, and climb the ladder to success. However, some of the career advice you typically see should be taken with a grain of salt.
For example, job hopping has always been considered a bad thing, leaving employers trying to piece together why you haven’t stuck with a job and wondering if you’ll stay with them. However with the economy the way it’s been, job hopping is par for the course. Not only that, studies have shown employees who stay with companies longer than two years end up earning 50 percent less over their lifetimes.
Following the money might lead you to financial success, but is it worth it to end up in a job you hate? On the flip side, doing what you love and hoping the money will show up isn’t effective either – you have to have a plan, and seek a path that balances your interests with your financial goals.
Read the full article here: Career advice you should never follow
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