Grow: Your job: Have you stayed at the party too long?

Millennials have a reputation for job hopping. But our generation may be more loyal than we thought.

While the average worker between 25 and 34 stays put for 2.8 years, Pew researchers discovered as many as 22% of millennials in 2016 had been with their employer at least five years. And a Qualtrics-Accel Partners survey found nearly 90% of millennials would agree to stay in a job for 10 years if they knew it offered annual raises and upward mobility.

But beware: Staying put can backfire if you’re not careful. On top of missing out on opportunities to negotiate a better package someplace else, working at the same company for too long may actually make it tougher to get hired for a new gig.

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