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I'm a 23 years old developer living in Brazil.
I got my first job back in 2012, where I stayed for two years. After that, I got another one. Due to some disagreements with the boss, I left after only two months. And then, I worked at this third company up to May/2015 (one year, one month) and then left it too, because of salary, too much overtime, lack of career perspective.
I've been working at my current company for almost two months, and now I'm thinking about switching jobs again. Even though I like the place, people and salary, the commute isn't nice. I take about 1h20m by bus, one way (almost 3 hours a day, depending on traffic). In this new place, it'll be 10 minutes on foot.
What I want to know is:
What do recruiters think about people who hop from one job to another on such a short time?
When asked about it during interviews, how to put it in a way that recruiters don't see such moves as some sort of flaw on the candidate?