In 2022, the first batch of post-00s will officially enter the workplace. Compared with the post-80s and post-90s, the post-00s have better material conditions and educational environment, and also have a stronger self-awareness. How will these be reflected in job hunting?
Recently, Sino-Singapore Jingwei chatted with several post-00s who have just found a job or are looking for a job, and found that their generation email list has their own special requirements when looking for a job. It seems that the cost-effective work of "less things and closer to home" has gradually lost its appeal to them.
Not long after Roger started working, he admitted that he valued the character and working atmosphere of the leader more than the salary level. "I can't accept a job where the atmosphere is awkward and the leader gets angry at every turn."
Roger graduated from a university in Beijing, majoring in journalism. In his senior year, he did not choose to take the postgraduate entrance examination, but chose direct employment. He once interned on a self-media platform, but this internship experience is "not good" in his opinion, because the boss is too angry.
He said that in the content production work, if the boss gets angry at every turn, it will seriously affect the mood at work, and then affect the work efficiency. "It's hard to be inspired when you're in a bad mood, and sometimes you really can't write a manuscript. This is different from a lot of stress," Roger said.
After the internship ended, Roger refused without hesitation, despite the platform offering him a relatively high salary in the hope that he would stay.
After this, Roger added one more requirement in his job search. " In an interview, the boss asked me what else I wanted, and I said: You can't get mad at me. " Roger said to Sino-Singapore Jingwei.
Ask your boss not to get mad at yourself during an interview? This may surprise many people. Fortunately, the other party also readily agreed to Roger's request.