After the Chinese New Year and entering March, it is the golden period for job hunting. According to the "Internet People Salary Report" released by Lagou.com, since the beginning of 2021, the average salary of Internet jobs has increased by 7% from the previous category email list quarter (the fourth quarter of 2020), and the average salary has rebounded to 15,600 yuan at the beginning of 2021. High wages, a relatively relaxed office environment and a strength-oriented promotion category email list mechanism all attract young people who have just graduated to the Internet. As a product manager in the Internet industry, the upper limit is extremely high and the entry threshold is relatively low, which attracts many college students.
The slogan "Everyone is a product manager" has been shouted for so many years, does it mean that everyone can be a product manager? To this end, we started a discussion at Tiantianwen. Let some "workplace old fritters" give advice to current students who category email list want to be product managers, and see what they have to say. [Selected Everyday Questions] Issue 129: If you say a word to a student who wants to be a product manager after category email list graduation, what would you say? Part of the content of the article comes from I want you to die for 3000 bingyuhuatian and JiLegw's wonderful answer.
First, understand what a product manager is If you want to enter an industry or engage in a profession, you must first understand what it is? The words "product manager" are very misunderstood. They sound very high and mighty. As soon as they come up, they are category email list a manager, which makes many people fall into the trap. Baidu Encyclopedia explains product managers like this: A product manager is someone who serves end users and is responsible for category email list the entire life cycle of a product. Does it sound confusing? Because product management is a difficult job to define, you can find countless definitions online, but it doesn't have to be exactly what you want to do.