Recently, it is the peak period for new people in the society to find internships and jobs. Whether it is local or foreign companies, they hope to cultivate the power of future enterprises to continue and innovate from these young talents full of potential. However, it is reasonable to say that it is a moment full of hope for the future and eager to try, but more confusion appears on the face of job seekers. Whether it is doubts about the suitability of your skills to the industry, job vacancies, your competition with other job seekers, or more fundamentally not knowing what you are good at, or what are the highlights that are worthy of the company's favor? Some common basic questions may be "I don't have much experience, how do I write a resume?"
, "I feel confused about the future and don't know what jobs can be done?" The problem is not just for new people, but for everyone who rolls around in the workplace may ask themselves questions from time to time, no matter what stage of their career they are in. In fact, most of these "career navigation" related problems come from "unclear evaluation of one's own advantages", "the certainty of wanting to bet right", and "not understanding the rules of supply Shadow Making and demand in the workplace".
How to say this? Imagine a situation. If you are driving on the road today, you should first open the navigation or Google Maps to try to calculate the route and understand the real-time road conditions. Alternate paths move on. However, if the same situation is applied to job hunting or career re-navigation, many people often feel stuck and unable to move forward. Why? More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels