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Robin Boss
Jun 21, 2022
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A few years ago, the article " One year after graduation, how are the product managers of first- and second-tier Internet companies doing? ", which category email list aroused my anxiety as a product manager for the first time, and then in 2021 in the post-epidemic era, and Xiao Lai's paragraph After the conversation made me see the anxiety of the product again. Xiao Lai: Lao Xi, I'm category email list a little lost this year. Lao Xi: Why? Xiao Lai: There will be no business growth in 2020. Other professional positions in the team have been poached by big factories to improve their skills in their spare time. I'm confused and confused. Xiao Lai, I mentioned him in the previous article, a product of a small business, like many products, working hard and always full of anxiety. And this year his question, I think most people are the same: 2021, how will products find themselves. 1. To category email list survive, go to a big factory or a small factory? Survival is always a cruel topic. To be category email list honest, there have indeed been many colleagues in the circulation in recent years. Some have better room for improvement, and some are bleak layoffs, and even more so for the flow of products. Relatively speaking, the product is not a stable position. This "unstable" is divided into two aspects: good and bad: the good side is that the product in charge itself needs to grow, and you may be promoted as category email list the product grows, or have better opportunities. This is also like the requirement of some big manufacturers. If you have category email list not changed your position for 5 years, it means that you may have problems yourself. In terms of recruitment, it is a kind of threshold, and this is more obvious for products. On the bad side, you are likely to leave your job directly and passively because of the failure of a product or even the loneliness of an industry.
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