9/13/2013

Data show that people stay in their jobs an average of 4.6 years. Staying longer might cause potential employers to think you're lazy, inflexible or fearful of change, Drew Anne Scarantino writes. "Part of being mindful about your financial progress is reassessing your earning potential, which is hard to do when you're stuck on one predetermined salary track," Scarantino writes.

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