Understand the demand industry and future direction of product interns;
Dismantling target: recruitment company situation + recruitment industry + salary + education;
Statistics time: 2018/10/22 – 2018/11/2.
1. Industry situation
Statistics on industry demand, the proportion of product interns and product managers recruited from different industries, and analysis of the future development direction of product interns and corporate needs.
1. Proportion of enterprise product demand at each stage
Enterprises have different needs for product personnel at different stages:
A-round start-ups have just established their product direction, have a profit model but are immature, are still in the exploratory stage, and have a lot of trivial matters. High quality and quantity requirements for product personnel.
B rounds C rounds D rounds and above enterprises’ demand for product personnel decreased sequentially, due to the fact that enterprises have relatively complete products and mature profit models, and at the same time, the retention of product personnel of A round enterprises, the enterprise will not pay for the next round of financing. No more product people will be needed so the need for product people will gradually decrease
Listed companies have high demand for product personnel. Based on the second point, listed companies may not have more than one product direction, and have needs to develop other businesses or post-production operations and data processing needs, so the demand for product personnel is high.
For companies that do not need financing, it is impossible to know what stage the company is in, which is an outlier and will not be analyzed here.
To sum up: The stage with the highest Latest Mailing Database demand for product personnel is start-up companies and listed companies. The more financing rounds the company conducts, the less demand for product personnel.
2. Comparison of the demand for product managers and product interns in different stages of enterprises
(1) Different needs of enterprises at different stages for product managers and product interns
Enterprises at different stages have different needs for product managers and product interns, and the needs of product personnel are different.
Enterprises that do not need financing are composed of a variety of enterprises, not a single enterprise, but an outlier, so no analysis is made here.
For companies from A round to D round and above, the demand for product managers is in a sequential decline, because the retention rate of product managers before the company and the business of the company have not expanded, so the demand for product managers is gradually declining.
For product interns, the more the company is in the late stage of financing, the higher the demand for product interns. The company's products gradually mature, and the work required for products evolves from product improvement to product operation and optimization of user experience, and the requirements for product personnel are reduced. Therefore, the demand for product interns will gradually increase, and the demand for product managers will gradually decrease.
Angel round companies in the early stage of the company have the same demand for product managers and interns. The reasons may be: the company is in the initial stage of financing, the product is in the exploratory stage and there is uncertainty, and the demand for product managers is not high; due to funding problems, Product managers are paid more and interns are paid less, so the demand for product managers and product interns is equal.
To sum up: The demand for product managers is the highest during the start-up period of a company, and the more financing times the company raises, the less demand for product managers. The higher the demand for product interns.
(2) Analysis of unfinanced enterprises and unfinanced enterprises
The companies that do not need financing and the companies that do not have financing in the table do not indicate the financing status of the company, and the stage of the company cannot be seen. It is necessary to analyze the business status of enterprises that do not need financing and enterprises that do not need financing from other perspectives.
Circumstances in which a company does not finance include, but are not limited to, the following:
The company has sufficient funds and does not require external capital injection;
The enterprise has not yet met the financing requirements and the enterprise product competitiveness does not have the financing ability.
From the perspective of the size of the company's personnel, it analyzes the demand for product managers and product interns from unfinanced enterprises and unfinanced enterprises.