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"It's become common wisdom that to advance your career you need to look for better jobs at different companies. But contrary to what most people say, research has shown that job-hopping may not be the best - or quickest - way to the top. In fact, moves within the same company produce a greater number of and faster promotions than external moves. Next time you're considering a jump to a new company for a seemingly better title, remember that many hirers look for stability as well as experience and capabilities. Staying put and securing an internal promotion, even if it takes a little longer, may yield better career results in the long term. "
- Today's Management Tip was adapted from "Job-Hopping to the Top and Other Career Fallacies" by Monika Hamori.