Involution, laborers, workplace PUA... The birth of every new word hides the helplessness and struggle of young people. If the workplace is compared to a factory, everyone is a "worker". We created this factory, but with the rapid operation of the social machine, people are easily swept away, become a small screw, lose their ego, and become full of anxiety. According to the "2020 Young People's Ideal Job Report" released by DT Finance, more than 80% of workplace people believe that they are not engaged in ideal jobs. The core keywords for everyone's evaluation of real jobs are "depression, dullness and involution". The workplace has always been the eye of the storm of public opinion. With the help of various hot searches such as 996, slang, and big and small weeks, the big Internet companies have come to the forefront and become the talk of people after dinner, and the employees of big factories are gradually becoming a spectacle.
But aside from the labels such as "Dachang Screws" and "overtime hard-hit areas", they are just ordinary migrant workers-maybe in a job that is not very satisfactory, fishing for three days and drying the net for two days. It is also possible to seek a career advancement or a stable life in a position full of crisis. Every screw in a big factory is a hard worker. What is more noteworthy is that with the change of the environment, the employees of the big factory have also changed quietly. Saying goodbye to the hurricane and rushing forward on the Internet is like saying goodbye to a 100-meter sprint and entering a long-distance running track that tests more determination and sense of purpose. The young people in the big factories are no longer willing to be swept Phone Number List forward by KPIs, and instead seek a more self-sufficient and relaxed way of behavior. Tucao, fishing, health, slash skills... Behind the seemingly negative behavior, there is a group of young people's self-mockery and resistance. Perhaps, how to face these self-deprecating and resistance is also one of the questions that the big factories entering the second half of the Internet need to answer. 1.
When the Internet meets newcomers in the workplace in the second half It was the best and worst of times for the Internet. On the one hand, the Internet is like a huge octopus, constantly extending its tentacles, and it is inseparable from people's lives. An epidemic has made the role of the Internet platform more prominent. On the other hand, a series of changes followed, which is unpredictable. Monopolistic behaviors such as "choose one from two" and "big data killing" have been seriously rectified; 996 and 007 have become red lines for the development of enterprises, and big factories have successively cancelled the big and small weekly system; user privacy and network data security have also become the focus of the public. ... China's Internet has entered the "second half", and the extensive high-speed growth is gone forever. It means the end of one era and the coming of another. The era of relying on demographic and technological dividends has finally passed, and big factories have temporarily bid farewell to high-speed growth and entered the long-distance running track one after another. Internet people must change their thinking in order to adapt to the rules of the new track. In the second half of the Internet, the post-90s and post-00s have become the mainstay.