I just read an article making the case for changing the way we think about “job hoppers”, and I couldn’t agree more. One boss’s job hopper could be another boss’s best employee ever. And I say that having been a serial job hopper myself – and having had recruiters avoid me like the plague because of it!Of course, there are situations where a resume is just filled with unconnected jobs all under a year, painting a rather unappealing picture. If that’s all the resume screener sees of a job candidate (no cover letter, no personal recommendation, no unifying career story that explains why now is different), then it’s understandable that an employer might not see all you have to offer.But what if there is a good reason for that many jobs in such a short period of time? And what if the employer is actually throwing a great potential candidate into the “no” pile?