When it comes to the school recruitment season, it is a time when countless people have a headache for their resumes.
In addition to the essential elements such as schools, internships, and skills, we have compiled three categories of information that you are most uncertain about when writing your resume:
Do you want to write? how to write? Streamline or expand?
We consulted HR from Tencent, Alibaba Games, bilibili, and Huya . How should the above information be written? I hope that after reading it, it can provide some reference for you who are losing hair on your resume.
1. Interests and hobbies, some people rely on it to get an offer from Tencent
Putting hobbies and hobbies on a job resume seems to be a rather contradictory existence. Many people think that hobbies are very entertaining and not suitable to be mentioned in job hunting.
I have a younger brother who received an offer from Tencent as a summer intern a few months ago.
Figure / Tencent intern offer looks like this
As we all know, Tencent’s annual recruitment of interns is very cruel. It is said that only less than 1,500 people are hired out of 100,000 resumes. After admiring his resume, I found that in addition to his excellent internship and project experience, he also wrote "watching anime" in the hobbies column.
He said that at that time, he only knew that he wanted to work in the market, and there was no clear department. Writing his interest Latest Mailing Database might be helpful for HR to make judgments, so he kept it. Unexpectedly, it was this point that attracted the attention of the interviewer, and finally successfully entered the animation business department of Tencent IEG and began to do work that interests him.
Figure / Interviewer's evaluation of the hobby of animation
It can be seen that hobbies are not as taboo on resumes as many people think.
hr has something to say
Ali Game HR:
"Whether hobbies can be added points mainly depends on whether they can be matched with the job responsibilities. For example, I am now recruiting for a new media operation position. If the job seeker writes in the resume: I like to browse the public account information, I like photography, I like p-pictures. Wait, it will definitely give him extra points."
Figure / Ali game hr said that hobbies should be close to job requirements
"The influence of hobbies on resumes depends on the industry and position. Real estate and state-owned enterprises prefer people with artistic talents, and the Internet does not pay much attention to this; however, if you have a very special/persistent/fruitful hobby, you can Write it as a bonus."
Figure / hobbies suggested by Tencent hr
To sum up, it is recommended that students read the job responsibilities carefully before writing about their hobbies, and then ask themselves: Does my hobby match the job?
If you think it will be helpful after a comprehensive judgment, then write it down~
Second, the more award-winning experience is by no means the better
The award-winning experience is also very distressing. After more than ten years of study, who does not have a few award certificates in their hands? But the question is, do they really need to all be on the resume?
Sometimes the award-winning experience column is longer than the resume space limit, and we have to struggle for a long time about which ones must be deleted.
For the gold content of the award-winning experience, hrs have their own judgments.
hr has something to say
Huya live HR:
"Generally speaking, scholarships are mandatory, as a reference for learning attitude and learning ability; for others, try to match the position and emphasize your role; as for the three good students, excellent class cadres do not seem to be Anything that stands out has no substantive role in HR's eyes."