These Oregonians made the highest-profile job changes in 2017

In 2017 Cresa's Portland Office Welcomed Blake St. Onge and Michael Whitten

December 13, 2017

This article appeared in the Portland Business Journal, see it here. 

Last year in this space we uncovered and chronicled dozens of job changes that occurred during 2016.

This year, we've upped the ante to "scores" of such moves, with many at the C-level or upper-tier management realms. As part of our year-end coverage, we've assembled these changes into the gallery above.

Check back for more stories on what looks to be a bubbling trend. While some left their positions for health reasons or retired, it appears that we're seeing more quick-switch job tenures in which leaders deign to stay for a year or two before getting the itch to split.

Click through on the pictures to see who left their jobs and who has new roles going into 2018.