How to Be a Smart Job-Hopper

If you’ve changed jobs frequently, be ready to explain those transitions to a potential employer.

By + More

In the world of paying work, positions that offer that variety plus all the other qualities on our "perfect job" checklist are few and far between. Which makes job-hopping all that more appealing.

"Moving to another job is like a little dopamine hit," says Meagan Johnson, Larry's daughter, business partner, and co-author. "There's a high you get from moving to another job, a new opportunity."

For more career advice, visit U.S. News Careers, or find us on Facebook or Twitter.