The Pharma Sales Interview Breakthrough Blog
Nice article by FORBES for those of you that may have jumped ship several times...and for those thinking of jumping ship.
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Here are the top 10 reasons as outlined in the article:
10) The longer you stay in one company — even if you change jobs internally — the more set and solid your box will become.
9) The more companies you work for, the more your reputation in your business community can grow.
8) There are companies that won’t hire people who have short-term jobs (even jobs that lasted two or three years) on their resumes.
7) When you stay put in one job for a long time, you can begin to perform your job mechanically.
6) When you change jobs more frequently, your spidey sense will get stronger.
5) The more often you change jobs, the more comfortable you will become interviewing, probing for Business Pain, telling Dragon-Slaying stories and negotiating to get paid what you’re worth.
4) Every time you change jobs, you get to (and have to) re-establish your value.
3) It can feel uncomfortable to be incompetent.
2) Unless your company is growing very fast — experiencing thirty percent annual growth or more — it is difficult or impossible to give yourself the new experiences, new challenges and range of muscle-building activities you will naturally encounter by changing jobs
1) When you stay in the same organization, you gradually lose touch with the outside world.
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