Gone are the days when you stay at one company for your entire career. And that's especially true for millennials.
As the largest generation in the workforce, millennials have embodied the term "job hopper." A 2012 PayScale report found the median tenure for a millennial employee was just two years, compared to seven years for a baby boomer. And a 2013 survey by Millennial Branding and Beyond.com, a career networking site, found 30 percent of companies lose 15 percent or more of their millennial workers within a year.
While changing jobs too often can make you look unstable, moving from one company to another can also be a great way to boost your salary, expand your skill set and build your network if you do it smartly. Here are some tips on how to job hop like a pro: