A year ago, freshmen Meng Fan and Liu Ke entered two major Internet companies at the same time. With their yearning for high salary and a good future, they started the "dream-chasing journey" of the big companies. A year later, they made the same choice - naked speech. For them, compared with the risk of working in a big factory, the seemingly high-risk option of resigning is no longer worth mentioning. "I just graduated a year ago. Including various benefits, a large factory can give me a salary of nearly 20,000 yuan, but I really can't afford it." Liu Ke told Wired Insight. Luckily, Liu Ke quickly found a new job after resigning from Dachang.
But this job, the salary is only half of the previous company's, and there is no housing allowance, not to mention the afternoon tea of the leadership organization, but compared with the previous "dark" experience of the big factory, she readily accepts it. Meng Fan, who is still looking for a job, also clearly knows that leaving the factory means a pay cut. In the past, her three meals a day, taxi fares to and from get off work, and overtime pay were a lot, but once she leaves the factory, these invisible benefits may disappear. But Meng Fan's choice was the same as Liu Ke's. Even if he went to a small company to cut his salary, he would still leave the big factory. In fact, many Phone Number List young people no longer blindly pursue the high salaries and benefits of big factories. After all, working in big factories is hard to describe happiness. Recently, the "Farewell to the Golden Age:
Talent Attraction Report 2021" released by the Maimai Data Research Institute shows that Internet people's work-life balance, overall work happiness, and career achievement are lower than average. Wired Insight found four employees who left major factories. Some would rather take a pay cut, some would lose their housing allowance, and some would go back to their hometown... Although their choices are different, they are looking for a workplace environment that is more suitable for them. The following is their real experience, compiled by Wired Insight editors. 1. I would rather cut my salary to go to a small company, and I have to leave a big factory Liu Ke | A content platform, working for six months At the end of last year, I resigned from the big factory naked. According to market rules, it is actually very difficult to find a job at the end of the year, so I didn't report my expectations, thinking about taking a vacation for myself. During this period, I randomly voted for two or three companies, but I didn't expect the third company to send me an invitation for an interview soon.