The chances are great that most people will have worked for
many different employers by the time they are prepared to retire.
Unfortunately, in the current job market, a significant number of companies are
likely to go through some type of downsizing, relocation, transition or closing
of their operations. Understanding this reality, job seekers stand a better
chance of survival if they are willing to move to a parent facility, a new
company, a new town, or a different field or industry. Don’t be a job-hopper –
changing jobs on a frequent basis and in an unorganized manner. This will not
look good to a potential employer. However, be flexible, be aware of future
changes/possibilities, and think of your long-term goals and dreams.