The Chronic Job Hopper
By: Dave Wilkowske An autobiographical psychohistorical memoir

About the Author

Dave Wilkowske brings over thirty-six years of job-hopping experience to life in The Chronic Job Hopper which spans 1969 to 2005. Click Dave's Bio for more info....

The Chronic Job Hopper: My Ongoing Battle with Attention Deficit Disorder 1969-2005

In The Chronic Job Hopper, author Dave Wilkowske pulls down the curtain on the mythical American dream and reveals a jungle of wrong turns, lions, and bloodthirsty insects. Wilkowske's life story is a riveting and insightful portrait of the American workplace—like Barbara Ehrenreich's wildly successful Nickel and Dimed—with one essential difference: Wilkowske isn't pretending to be a laborer. This is his real life.

The Chronic Job Hopper makes a potent argument in favor of early screening and intervention for attention deficit disorder (ADD). It's a must-read for anyone who has or is facing the jungle of career transition without a map, a guide, or even bug spray.

"Inspirational and informative. A must-read for those seeking, but rarely finding, contentment at work or at home." — Kirkus Discoveries

10-22-17 Update: 12 years after writing his memoir Author Dave Wilkowske is now at 4 years and eight months with his current employer! This is job# 75 and holding!!

This is a new personal record for The Chronic Job Hopper!