Dear community, please share some thoughts on my question.
I have been a frequent job hopper and my career path looks like this:
1st job (10 month) -> 2nd job (17 months) -> 3rd job (3 months) -> 4th job (6 months) ->current job (10 months up till now).
The reason why my 3rd & 4th job was so short was because I didn't pass my probation. Just wondering since consulting requires adaptibility and fast learning capability, maybe consulting firms are more open to "job hopping". Please advice on what would be some suggested ways to spin job hopping?
1) Admit that I had switched jobs a few times, but I am clear about my career path now. (I have some solid stories of why I would want to stick to the consulting intdustry. But just worried that this reasoning is too weak.)
2) I seek challenge and steep learning curve. The reason why I left the firm was becasue learning curve was flattening, and I wanted to cultivate more skillsets (This is the real reason of my 2nd, 3rd, and current job. I also have several stories to support this reason.)
Keen to learn from your advice. Appreciate it!