Some people prefer to spend their lives doing the same things and avoiding change. Others, however, think that change is always a good thing.
Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.
Years ago, many people viewed a job almost like a marriage, some of them genuinely care about the company and invested too much emotions in their tasks. However, other people particularly young jobseekers of today has an open attitude in ditching a job if they are not satisfied. In my opinion, someone should set a minimum tenure in an organisations before leaving, unless there is any spontaneous changes in their career path.
Moving to other company is a daunting task especially if someone have been working in that company for so many years. Many employees are reluctant to leave from their current employers because of so many reasons. Firstly, promotion opportunities, when an employee stayed in the company for several years, naturally, they can have a chance to be promoted. Most employers will favour executives who remain in the company for years, rather than on boarding a new one. Secondly, stability of work during times of uncertainty, many people find it difficult to move particularly in times of unfavourable economic climate . Having a stable career can help them focus and make long-term plans for their lives.
Yet, immobility is disadvantageous particularly for young people. Some young job candidates have a predefined goal and know exactly what career they want to pursue. But they struggle to find a distinct path towards their dream jobs because they fall short of the required experience. IT Professionals for instance, to keep pace with development in their field they need to keep moving from one company to the other. For this reason, constant moving to different companies and industries are actually beneficial for young workers. Being able to work from many different roles will allow them to gain a wide range of experience that can be applied to something bigger and better career in the future.
In conclusion, the outlook from previous generations who used to stay at the same firm drastically change. Those who keep moving, in some cases, found a fulfilling career after job hopping. Although, I believe that exploring more options is always healthy but there has to be a point that someone could let their roots go down deep and start to grow in their chosen career.