Job stability is not what it used to be. It seems like it was a century ago when job stability was something that employees counted on from a single employer for an entire career. That’s actually close to accurate.
The reality is that companies have been focused on business and results over individual employees for a long time. That’s perfectly fine as long as employees understand that and take responsibility for their own careers. Real job stability comes from doing great work. Making yourself too valuable to lose. Making yourself too valuable to not be pursued by other companies.
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