Don’t do these six types of white-collar workers

Don’t do these six types of white-collar workers

In today’s increasingly specialized science and technology, a “baby infant” without a skill can’t be achieved unless he is very talented and diligent.

Therefore, elders who are neither “talented” nor skilled are often candidates who are first considered for layoffs.

  The “shark type” that lacks team spirit is refined through social division of labor, and a job can often be efficiently and successfully completed only with the cooperation of the crowd.

Therefore, if individuals are not good at collaboration and have no team spirit, the individual can only be abandoned by the team.

  The upheaval of the stubborn “shell-shaped” society has determined that it is impossible for people in society to play a fixed social role forever in a changing social environment.

Those who are self-contained and do not think about the aggressive “shell type” will eventually lose their advantages in the fierce competition, and even out.

  Nowadays, the “machine type” that follows the rules is still more and more popular with employers who have pioneering and innovative capabilities.

“Machine type” talents who have a command to move the button will find it difficult to adapt to the rapidly changing social environment in the future, and they will be more crowded into the ranks of the unemployed.

  Some people who just say “no horn” do not seem to be full of money. It seems that as long as he says it, everything is changing.

In fact, nothing has changed.

Elites, these “speaking giants, action dwarfs” are distinguished from those who “do less and do more” and are more likely to lose everything in the competition.

  The tortoise with low efficiency is unknown, and the seemingly faithful and reliable tortoise can indeed arouse people’s sympathy.

However, in the already high-tempo and high-efficiency brutal market competition, those “turtle” talents who are slow to move and inefficient in work will undoubtedly be drowned out by the fierce competition.