an increase in the probability of job change. ▶One explanation could be that individuals in tightly-knit communities tend to form new ties with those in the same community who deliver time-critical information on desirable jobs.
we found a negative impact of new weak ties on job change ▶Allocating limited resources to connect with weak tie may reduce spending time with strongly connected people, which are more likely to deliver time critical information (e.g., with job opportunity) ▶Due to social capacity limits (Aral, 2011), new weak and strong ties are complementary.
where knowledge drives innovations, which lead to economic growth. ▶We are interested in job change as one driver for knowledge transfer across social network. Dynamic change in network structure Job change ???