An increasing number of people are changing careers during their working life.
What are the reasons for this?
Does it have a positive or negative development for society?
It is a commonplace that people no longer stay in one job or career till their retirement. A number of factors are behind this phenomenon, and this phenomenon represents a positive development.
In terms of the reasons, it is most likely that[主语从句] many people do not plan their careers before they find a job. Therefore, they often find[习语性用法] a job disappointing, and as a result, they leave it for another [习语性用法]. The second reason is that[表语从句]committing to only one job throughout a lifetime does not give them a sense of security.Since society is changing so tremendously at a fast pace that many professions, falling behind the time, do not show prospects and are at the verge of being eliminated, people change to promising jobs accordingly to stay away from the danger.
Behind this phenomenon is [倒装] people’s open-mindedness. It is because of the multiple times of job change that people live their lives to the full [习语]. [强调(原因状语)句] Through the many jobs, one can see nearly all walks of life and witness almost everything of a society. In addition, people’s desire for the better can be satisfied. A person is likely to earn a higher salary in a higher position when the person seeks a different opportunity. The disadvantage is that a job hopper may start from scratch [习语] in both skills and peer relationships. If [(原因)状语从句] the person enters a different field, it [形式主语指代后面的不定式] takes time to develop adequate expertise, and even though [(让步)状语从句] the person may stay in the same industry, building a rapport with new colleagues also takes time.
In conclusion, there are a number of explanations that could account for people’s multiple changes of job through their life. This phenomenon is positive overall.