Think you’re crazy for thinking about leaving the field of teaching? You’re not!
Millennials are more likely to change jobs than any generation before. In fact, 91 percent of workers born between 1991 and 1997 plan to stay in a job for less than three years, and the average 24-year-old today has already held 6.4 jobs.
There are many valid reasons to change jobs: a chance to learn a new skill, a sudden opening at the company of your dreams or even just a change of location. But with changing jobs every three years comes pressure to explain your background during job interviews. Unfortunately there are plenty of opportunities to make a mistake.
Here’s a look at seven important Dos and Don’ts for positioning yourself for a career change without jeopardizing your future.