I think job-hopping should be encouraged, since it can give us new drive and make us stimulated(得到激励的). After all, there is no better thing than to meet more people, make more money and get more experience.
Job-hopping is beneficial to the young people to grow and develop. The combination of different jobs would collectively give us more experience than what we could gain from only one job.
As a young boy, I liked doing exciting things. Therefore, I think job-hopping from one place to the other can make life different and attractive.
Of course, there is no set time about the life span of one's job. If you're still learning and growing in your current job, just keep working. But if not, job-hopping is the best choice.
Life is just like a journey, and we have nothing to regret as long as we do what we want to do. So why not make a change if you are fed up with your present job. What's more, job-hopping can help you realize what you really like.
Job-hoppiog should oot be eocouraged.
I think job-hopping should not be encouraged. The longer one works in a particular field, the more skillful one will be and the more chances of promotion one will have. And people are more likely to become specialists in their fields and make great achievements(成绩，成就).
If you are a job-hopper, people may be questioning your integrity(正直) and loyalty(忠诚). Employers don't like to see resumes filled with short-term jobs. They would rather hire a person who has cam:mitment(义务) and devotion to an employer. Too frequent job switching leaves employers the impression that you're not reliable(值得信任的). It is not good to possess resumes that reveal very short tenures(在职期) with a string of employers.
I think frequent job-hopping should not be encouraged. As the old saying goes "Jack of all trades and master of none." Tradition tells us those who spend years and years at one job can gain success at last because of their rich knowledge in the particular field.