A new job every 2.91 years?

According to Fortune Magazine, people are expected to have 11 jobs by the time they are 50 years old. If you assume that the average person begins working, in some capacity, by age 18, that average person will change jobs every 2.91 years.

Is this healthy? According to Jody Greenstone Miller, it’s not only healthy, it’s a wonderful, “reimagined relationship between work and the rest of life.” According to Miller:

Once you understand that in the 21st century the arc of your professional life really is on you, you have the opportunity to design your career and life around the values and objectives that matter most.

Read more at Fortune.com.

imgRobbie Romeiser is a commercial real estate broker, real estate instructor, and author of the daily devotional Today’s Quote From God (www.TodaysQuoteFromGod.com). Desiring to help his own children follow God’s calling in their lives, Robbie founded Career Callings (www.CareerCallings.net) to help people find, prepare for, and pursue the work God has called them to do. To have Robbie speak at your church, business, professional association, or civic club, please email Robbie at robbie@careercallings.net.