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Job hopping can be a good strategy for young workers

Dear Liz: I am a millennial and just started a new job at a very small company. I really like the work I do and the leaders of the company. However, I don't make enough to move out of my parents' home and be financially secure. I live in the Washington, D.C., area and make $50,000. For an entry-level...
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