“Every day feels like I’m kind of exploring new areas and pushing and challenging myself instead of feeling as though I’m working with people who are just dictating what I should be doing. It really creates this environment for thinking about new ideas and working collaboratively with other teams.”
How can a graduate of an irrelevant major snatch a marketing position in a big firm?
Tiffany (Chinese Name: Liu Ruiyang)’s career plan sets a good example.
Since her graduation in 2014, Tiffany took just over one year to complete this important transition for her career, switching from Supplier to Client. She worked in an advertising agency, mainly involved in the media buying of e-commerce advertising before her job hopping to HP, one of her clients at that time.