TAP Resource Center is helping to recruit approximately 3,000 18-year-old with social security numbers (and their families) for a 10-day event leading up to the Super Bowl in Minneapolis in January 2018.
The process is FIRST COME FIRST SERVE.
Apply online for positions with the Super Bowl Experience.
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You recently posted a video that showed why staying with one company for a long time is not always a good thing. I know this is true, but it adds pressure for those of us who love what we do and the people we work with.
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Job seekers — especially young adults — are often warned not to change job too often. While there are some benefits to “job hopping,” many employers are suspicious of candidates with multiple short-term positions on their resumes.
But what if you’ve only worked for one company for a long time? What if you are job searching after years of employment?
Is staying in one job long term bad for your career?
Watch this short video, then leave your comments below.