Hi All, Not sure if many property managers frequent the forum but i thought i might start here for advice. My wife is currently looking for a new job in property management after completing a 1 year contract for maternity replacement role. She has applied for about 5 jobs and had 3 interviews without much success. One good thing about these roles is you can see who got the job over you and look at their linkedin profile. What amazes me is a lot of the people who seem to get the job had a record of only staying in their previous jobs for between 1 and 6 months.. My wife has a degree in economics and completed the agents rep license, as far as education i believe it is more than enough for property management. Why would agents take the risk of hiring people who have a record of jumping from job to job over someone who has put in the years in every job they have had. How do you land a role in property management, i would have thought with such high turnover. the hiring manager would be looking at work history for someone who puts in their time.