I am in a trance, I am a 2020 undergraduate, and the school is recruiting for Internet products. Previously, there were product-related projects & competitions. During the summer vacation of my junior year and senior year, I was engaged in product planning and operation practice in two Tencent-based companies .
After half a year of school recruitment, I interviewed more than a dozen companies, not too many; I took seven or eight offers through shit luck, and finally went to Tencent~
Now I want to write something to pay tribute to email list my school recruitment, thank you for your experience and hard work, and I hope it will be helpful to future people. Thank you for reading.
A resume is the first step in applying for a job. During the recent period, I have read hundreds of resumes for product/operation schools, and I have also helped many friends to change their resumes. Some problems are summarized here. The following are summaries of personal experience. If there is any similarity, it is pure hell. If it is inappropriate, please correct me!
Note: The basic principle of the resume is that the overall content is written around the job-seeking intention.
1. Basic information
(1) Name & mobile phone & email are required;
Note: The mobile phone number is generally in 3-4-4 format; it is recommended to use an English account for the mailbox, not a pure digital QQ mailbox account;
(2) Non-essential information such as WeChat/QQ/address can be omitted;
(3) Do not write content unrelated to the position, such as height/weight/ethnicity/blood type;
ID photos/art photos taken by professional photo studios, generally blue or white;
Note: Do not take a selfie at will or take an existing photo and then crop it;
3. Intention to apply for a job
If the online application is for job posting, it may or may not be written (but it is still recommended);
Note: Don't write in all directions, such as intended product/operation/design/development/testing, HR will feel that it is not specific, and it does not know what job interviewer to assign. If you have intentions for different positions, you can prepare resumes for different positions.