Is this true of the gaming industry?
The confusing behavior and remarks of the interviewer include but are not limited to:
- “Beiyou people have a very low vision and are limited to one circle. It is not as good as my child, who can’t speak Chinese at the age of five, only speaks English, and can communicate with white people.”
- A middle-aged male interviewer in his 40s flaunts that he is worth more than 100 million yuan. He has an x suite in Beijing and a Ferrari.
- Say that your team is Qingbei or the top 3 students in qs. You don’t know anything. Why are you embarrassed to come?
- It means that the people of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications are too impetuous, their horizons are too narrow, and they only focus on high-paying Internet companies. Although Bilibili’s salary is average, it can give you a feeling of fulfilling work.
- After the interview, the interviewers uniformly blocked the contact information of job applicants, such as phone and WeChat, which was very disciplined.
- In the middle of the night, the recruitment team of the Bilibili school made a call and asked the students involved to delete the intranet forum posts.
- I was also a person from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications who participated in the afternoon interview. The place was in the conference room on the fourth floor of Beijing University of Posts and Technology Hotel. The interviewee was also a middle-aged man. When I entered the conference room, I saw him playing on his cell phone (busy business), and then asked me to wait a while, I sat there awkwardly and waited for him for three minutes, then glanced at my resume without introducing myself or letting him. I introduce myself. Regarding the interview: After reading the resume, I said it was not very suitable. Ask me if I have ever played a game (are you recruiting an intern?), answer no, but then start to say that the items on your resume are not very good. It doesn’t make sense (indeed, it’s meaningless not to play games). I didn’t ask about the relevant technology stacks written on my resume, and then said that their team are all excellent people, and they can only read English. It is difficult to communicate in Chinese. Barabara, I At that time, I didn’t realize pua. I thought it was a big researcher who studied the underlying implementation of the engine or the source code of the development tools. So I agreed for a while, and then directly asked the link (that’s right, it’s so fast, even counting the three minutes he spent playing on his mobile phone I just managed to make up for 10 minutes), I asked him what responsibilities he has in the game development team (big brother, you don’t know what you do for the technical interview?), he asked twice what it means, I can only say directly What are you doing? I am the person in charge… and let me go. The entire interview process does not take more than 15 minutes. There is no technical related things (the delivery is technical research and development), and there is no technical question and interview process that a game development company should have. After being inexplicably belittled by a stranger, I felt depressed on the way back to the laboratory (fortunately, the Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications Technology Hotel is just a few steps away). Summary: The entire interview experience was extremely poor, and it was a waste of time. If you don’t want to recruit people, just make it clear. Don’t come to Beijing Post to do a presentation. The technical stack interviewer on the resume is not asking, and I have to make me doubt his technical level. The most important point, if it is not appropriate, why is it so vague on JD? (Everyone can go to the school recruitment network of station b to see its jd, which is simply outrageous). It is recommended to describe clearly and arrange more targeted students for interview next time. Why waste everyone’s time and make you belittle you for a while? From the personal experience of a student from Beijing University