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These "job hoppers" who play with the labor market

2022-07-04T17:36:12.186Z

More and more young graduates under 30 are moving from one company to another. “Between the end of the second confinement at the end of 2020 and today, I left my job in a consulting firm to join a start-up specializing in the food industry, before being poached by another in dematerialized payments in September last. I give myself a few more months to find out if I am flourishing. Like Thibault, many young people in their thirties are surfing on a tense job market that offer



“Between the end of the second confinement at the end of 2020 and today, I left my job in a consulting firm to join a start-up specializing in the food industry, before being poached by another in dematerialized payments in September last.

I give myself a few more months to find out if I am flourishing.

Like Thibault, many young people in their thirties are surfing on a tense job market that offers many opportunities.

Aware of sometimes being in an advantageous situation due to the shortage of talent which has not diminished with the recovery, some like to be on the move and thus change companies at most every 18 months.

An increasingly common practice that economic literature has dubbed "job hopping", and its adepts "job hoppers".

We have always observed a much stronger appetite for change among young people

Pierre Lamblin, director of data, studies and analyzes at Apec

If this concept is not the prerogative of those under 30, it is nevertheless mainly part of the uses of this age category.

"There has always been an appetite for change...

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Source: lefigaro

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