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First job: 1.5 years
Second job: 1 year
Third / current job: 2 years
Is two years enough for me to leave? Or do I still have the “red flag” being a job hopper and should stick it out for another 6-12m

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yes more than enough, in this day and age people are moving around fast


Don’t worry about it. If you find somebody who doesn’t care and will give you more / better after weighing cost of chance - why not??? If you are good, nobody will care


Are you saying that you got hired as a Manager with 2.5 yea of exp????

OP what firm?

I wouldn't worry about being seen as a hopper. Most people today are.

How much are you earning now? Did job hops help?

170k. And TBH no, I job hopped because I had to - first firm went bankrupt and second firm was very poorly run. It takes a while to adjust to a new company and their specific ways of working

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