- 2017年09月21日10:59 来源：小站整理
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Nowadays, job hopping and changing places of residence seem to have become atendency for our generation. Some may insist that being loyal to one job and place be a better choice, but I believe that when compared to the benefits, the negative effects that change of jobs and accommodating locations may cause areinsignificant.
Needless to say, staying at one job is beneficial to the mutual confidence and sense of security on the part of both employers and employees. Doing the same occupation also allows people to accumulate valuable working experience. Therefore, they are more competent to deal with the cases of emergency.Likewise, living in the same place enables them to form stable interpersonal networking, which means more chances of promotion.
However, not all the job seekers are lucky enough to find the job that really retainstheir interest or excavate their potentials. The shift of job and living areas could then be a win-win strategy both for the companies and employees. For the companies, “new bloods” often mean stronger labor force and vitality of the staff. For the employees, short-term jobs are more flexible, equipping them with a broader horizon and a variety of skills that may be useful even indispensable in their future career. For example, if one previously worked as a journalist and then switches to the advertising business, his experience in reporting may inspire a lot of creative ideas in him.
In light of the above discussion, I would conclude that no change of jobs or residence is wasteful as long as every shift is carefully considered. Furthermore, modern means of transport have also made it possible for people to constantly change their jobs and the places of residence.