From an article in the Wall Street Journal by Joann LublinJob hopping may mean a demotion. A sales manager for an information-technology storage business concluded he wouldn’t advance after the top brass launched a year-long attempt to sell the company. In early 2014, he accepted a salesman’s position and sizable pay cut by joining one of his employer’s distributors. It was a step down, but he already has been promoted twice. He’s currently regional vice president of sales. To make such a move work, “you have to broaden your vision, take risks and be prepared to work really hard to establish your credibility with the new employer,” observes
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