辞还是不辞?跳槽对个人发展的利与弊
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在过去,人们通常在同一个单位一直工作到退休。对公司忠心耿耿可能给你很多额外的福利和稳定的工作保障。而现在,另谋高就的机会层出不穷,但假如你还没有另一份工作可去,“裸辞” 是否相当于自毁前程?
 
How long have you been in your job for? If you're climbing a career ladder, how long do you intend to stay on it? It's hard to know when to jump ship and to do something different, and it's even more problematic deciding whether to quit if you don't have a new job to go to.
 
In the past, a job for life was just that – something you did throughout your working life. Being loyal to one company came with many perks1 and job security. But these days, there are many more opportunities to switch your career path, so it's normal to have many jobs listed on your CV. It's accepted that our goals change, so quitting one job for another shows how versatile2 and adaptable3 we are.
 
According to insurance firm LV, a worker in the UK will change employer every five years on average. In the US, it's even shorter, with people staying with a single employer for just over four years, according to official statistics. Victoria Bethlehem from recruitment firm Adecco told the BBC that she looks favourably4 on a prospective5 employee who has changed roles every three to five years.
 
While it's good to pursue new work challenges, is quitting your job for no job at all career suicide? It's risky6, but it can give you a chance to follow your dreams. LinkedIn influencer Murugan Pandian, who's a project efficiency expert at St Joseph's Hospital Health Center, says: "If you are that miserable7 [in your job], then sometimes it helps to quit, reassess your priorities in life and then come up with a more creative job-hunting strategy."
 
Of course resigning from your job is scary – there is the fear of the unknown, but for some, no job is better than a thankless one. The recent Covid pandemic has certainly made people think twice about their career priorities, and with workers being forced back to the office, some of them may be tempted8 to leave their job without having a new role to go to. But no job means no money, so quitting needs careful thought, although it could lead you down a whole new career path.


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1 perks 6e5f1a81b34c045ce1dd0ea94a32e614     
额外津贴,附带福利,外快( perk的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Perks offered by the firm include a car and free health insurance. 公司给予的额外待遇包括一辆汽车和免费健康保险。
  • Are there any perks that go with your job? 你的工作有什么津贴吗?
2 versatile 4Lbzl     
adj.通用的,万用的;多才多艺的,多方面的
参考例句:
  • A versatile person is often good at a number of different things.多才多艺的人通常擅长许多种不同的事情。
  • He had been one of the game's most versatile athletes.他是这项运动中技术最全面的运动员之一。
3 adaptable vJDyI     
adj.能适应的,适应性强的,可改编的
参考例句:
  • He is an adaptable man and will soon learn the new work.他是个适应性很强的人,很快就将学会这种工作。
  • The soil is adaptable to the growth of peanuts.这土壤适宜于花生的生长。
4 favourably 14211723ae4152efc3f4ea3567793030     
adv. 善意地,赞成地 =favorably
参考例句:
  • The play has been favourably commented by the audience. 本剧得到了观众的好评。
  • The open approach contrasts favourably with the exclusivity of some universities. 这种开放式的方法与一些大学的封闭排外形成了有利的对比。
5 prospective oR7xB     
adj.预期的,未来的,前瞻性的
参考例句:
  • The story should act as a warning to other prospective buyers.这篇报道应该对其他潜在的购买者起到警示作用。
  • They have all these great activities for prospective freshmen.这会举办各种各样的活动来招待未来的新人。
6 risky IXVxe     
adj.有风险的,冒险的
参考例句:
  • It may be risky but we will chance it anyhow.这可能有危险,但我们无论如何要冒一冒险。
  • He is well aware how risky this investment is.他心里对这项投资的风险十分清楚。
7 miserable g18yk     
adj.悲惨的,痛苦的;可怜的,糟糕的
参考例句:
  • It was miserable of you to make fun of him.你取笑他,这是可耻的。
  • Her past life was miserable.她过去的生活很苦。
8 tempted b0182e969d369add1b9ce2353d3c6ad6     
v.怂恿(某人)干不正当的事;冒…的险(tempt的过去分词)
参考例句:
  • I was sorely tempted to complain, but I didn't. 我极想发牢骚,但还是没开口。
  • I was tempted by the dessert menu. 甜食菜单馋得我垂涎欲滴。
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