Spark Trader Limited reports：
Let me ask everyone first:
I don’t know when, 35 years old has become an important node in our career.
Quite a few people in the past describe it like this: job decline line, 35-year-old anxiety disorder, workplace crisis, awkward age… As if you have just blown your 35-year-old birthday candle, your career destiny has become an answer, only one choice. Multiple choice questions-either outstanding or out.
At this age, although a veteran of skilled acquaintances in the workplace, it seems that he cannot escape this situation:
When you are looking for a job, someone else is soft on the headhunting call, and your friend recommends it easily, but you are looking for a job by submitting your resume on the recruitment platform. It seems a bit embarrassing. It seems that you are confused. Those who still rely on a resume to find a job” refer to you.
Is it really embarrassing to have more than 35 people and still have to submit a resume to find a job through the recruitment platform?
I don’t think so.
Many people think that most of the market is basic positions. If you want to find a reliable management/senior position, through headhunting and internal referral, it is definitely better than finding it by yourself.
When I was in HR, I used 51job to recruit director-level marketing directors.
A well-known 985 master’s degree, working experience in a leading company in the industry, dealing with large projects of millions and tens of millions, and the resources in his hands are also well-known figures in the industry. The overall resume is quite good, and at the beginning, he took the initiative to invest Resume. Up to now, he has been working in the company for more than 3 years and has helped the group reach one peak of performance after another, which has won the trust of the boss.
As far as I know, most of the candidates for company department managers and above are basically from recruitment platforms.
The recruitment platforms we have seen are mostly grassroots positions, which is actually a normal phenomenon.
If you think about it, the company itself has a triangular structure, with grassroots posts accounting for the majority and management posts for the minority. Recruitment needs are passed on to the market, and naturally there is a phenomenon that there are more grassroots posts than management posts.
In addition, job recruitment is time-limited, and the most suitable people need to be recruited in a short time. Relying solely on headhunting and internal referrals, the scope is limited and the time is not easy to control, and the recruitment platform can bring more choices. High-quality resources are more likely to appear , so why not do it?
Not long ago, the China Youth Daily published an employment survey for college students. According to the survey, nearly 70% of college students believed that they could earn one million a year within 10 years of graduation. As soon as the investigation came out, many people in the workplace joked, thinking that young people have little experience, cute and naive.
Then, for those of us in the workplace, why don’t we have this kind of misunderstanding?
People in their twenties always feel that they have to be a supervisor when they reach their thirties. The annual salary of one million is too far, but five hundred thousand is all right. In their thirties, when they change jobs, the accumulated contacts can guarantee their connection without any worries.
Especially in recent years, there have been more and more “young and promising” people. “People in the United States, just got off the plane, Qingbei regaining diplomatic relations, and making millions each year.” The elites in the workplace pass by you every day; when you are immersed in your work and deciding whether to refund your blood on Double Eleven , A group of urban beauties have already punched in the distance of your dreams with bags you can’t afford.
Everyone’s appetite is suffocated, and expectations are high. As a result, it has become a common sense in the workplace that “one’s income should grow with age” and “you no longer need to use recruitment platforms to find jobs when you get older.”
But the reality is often that not only is the annual salary of one million yuan far away, the network resources you have accumulated are also far from enough to support your every job-hopping.
A few days ago, I chatted with a friend who was looking for a job. She said that live recruitment is very convenient now, and can easily understand a lot of “insiders”, and they are basically good companies in the industry. Because of the cost of live broadcasting, it can be considered as a screen out. Some companies with bad business conditions.
I think it’s very interesting. The big companies in the industry have already opened up their reputations, so there is no shortage of people to deliver them. Why do they bother to do live broadcasts?
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