If you’re like most people, you’ll likely hold around 12 jobs over your lifetime. Though it’s more common for those early in their careers to change jobs frequently, those later in their career still make frequent switches. In fact, the average tenure at a company is only about five years. That’s because changing jobs can be a great way to gain more experience, finally, get the raise you deserve or explore a new passion. For all these reasons, job hopping can be a valid way to advance your career.
However, there are some unexpected costs of changing jobs too often, or without considering the drawbacks. Check out the infographic below to learn more about the hidden costs of job-hopping.