So for most of the graduating seniors entering the workforce and already locked down with a job, it’s likely that the job won’t be your first and last one. It’s forecasted that generation Y will change jobs 20 times during their life. While in our parents’ generation, it was more common to stay at a company the duration of your life, today’s young professionals tend to hop around from company to company much more often.
So, when the time comes and you’ll be switching companies, what’s the best way to keep in touch with everyone and not burn bridges?
A recent article on lifehacker recommends:
“One way to stay in touch that isn’t too awkward is to occasionally email articles of interest and other relevant information.”
What do you think? Have you tried this or even used a similar technique with professors you truly admired?
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