Shanghai Longfeng workers will face four years after the time of danger

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everyone at work is boring. I think this is a normal thing, but after work after years of boring, I want to have a little difference between ordinary and boring: in the old days of Shanghai Longfeng workers, through their own efforts for some time, some of the web site keywords ranking has been improved, and some even have arranged to the home page. So the feeling of these Shanghai Longfeng workers every day doing the same work, update the content of the hair of the chain, the repetition of these work, feel every day like a really boring machine. After over years, as responsible for their own site for a long time did not update, and it not all aspects of management, website ranking what are decreased, and the self so that one day, one day, a month later at the website of others the ranking has been renewed, responsible for their own web site did not change a little, in this case, can be said to be hit, can also be said to be doing boring things. As they enter the year after the boring period.

new year passed slowly, we are back to the normal track, and I have a holiday at home for a period of time, I think a lot of things about Shanghai dragon in this industry, I even thought is not I want to change my profession after years, I thoroughly analyzed from already the situation and some problems encountered, I summed up the following:

 

third

first began to work the confused period

is already working on the second boring

 

why I say this confusion? I do not say we all basically know when, over the years we have many people want to change jobs, as do Shanghai Longfeng the workers in the industry is no exception, first time all want to find a better job to meet. Feel the past year hard work a busy year, to the end of the year, but what did not give or give a little reward, so I chose to leave. However, left the company has to face the problem of looking for a job, although it’s easy to find work, but to find a dream job is difficult. To say the new year after looking for work for so many people, the competition pressure is quite large. So, whether it is the Shanghai dragon industry workers, or other workers in the industry, they are already in a confused period.

for their own future

I think as long as people who have ideas after years will have some ambition, whether small or large ambition, ambition, more or less will affect our plan. There are a good number of people came from home after the company will want to, I can not every day working for others, and treatment >

 

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