To understand a company's corporate culture, you must first understand the company's people. Facebook has always strived to find the best talent. When I graduated from graduate school, I studied computer, but since I only studied for a year and a half, my phone number list computer knowledge is not solid. When I graduated, I interviewed many companies. It was amazing that few small companies wanted me, while big companies like Facebook and Google offered me offers.
Later, I would like to understand that what small companies want is your experience and ability . If you can get started, you can immediately help the company work. And Facebook wants your people. As long as you are smart enough and cultivate a little, you can continue to output greater value to the company.
This is a bit like the logic of investment. Some people hope to buy company stocks in a period of relatively high certainty, and exit in time after extracting the residual value. Some people are optimistic about some low-price and high-potential companies, investing in long-term holdings in the early stage, and bringing themselves unexpected excess profits in the later stage. Facebook is the latter, and should be the smarter decision. But this model requires companies to retain talent, which I will discuss in detail later.