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Empathy Map - An Example

A post graduate with passion on Chinese minority handicrafts reservation

Jay Du

on 22 March 2016

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Transcript of Empathy Map - An Example

The problem statement encapsulates the need for the stakeholder you will continue working on for next week
find a matched job
I'd like to find a job that matches my major and passion - Chinese minority handicraft, especially Yi nationality

I organized a three-week trip to Yi area in Sichuan with 11 participants from Weibo and it was very fruitful and inspiring

I don't want to left behind to find a job. Most of my classmates have found jobs

I haven't thought about specific organization/roles

I need a job meaningful to me, coz it gives me a sense of accomplishment; however money is important

If I cannot find a matched job, a job >RMB4,000 is fine.

It would be great if someone could connect me with related company or institutions

Culture exhibition, events, marketing is related
A recent post-graduate with ethnology degree who has a great passion to promote Chinese minority handicrafts, especially from Yi nationality, his native culture
he has little idea, experience or preparation how to find a matched job as his major is somewhat narrow
I have a strong passion and sense of obligation to protect and promote Chinese minority handicraft; that is why I organized the Yi Handicraft Trip before I find a job. For me his is now-or-never chance
I don't have a plan how to find a matched job right now. I probably can start to finish my resume, and deliver it to prospect companies, hopefully I can get some interview opportunities
Even I cannot find a job to match my major or interest at this time, a job which offers me more than RMB3,000 will do and I'll pursue my dream in a year or two
He organized a 25-day Yi Handicrafts Trip from Weibo just around graduation before he try to find a job. He believe this is now-or-never opportunity for him. So he devoted almost all his time(6 months) and energy to prepare and execute his plan.

He believe this event is worthwhile and fruitful: he made a lots of friends and get connections with local government and handicraft heritage inheritors. This is also a personal success story he can show in resume or interview to employer about his commitment and capability to execute such event.
I've got a time pressure to find a job. Now I have graduated and I have to live on my own.
What shall I do to find a job?
I'm a bit anxious and lost how I can find my first job? What if it doesn't match my major and passion?
How long can survive if I cannot find a job?
I'm excited to use what I learned to do what I would like to do
He's so passionate about minority handicrafts reservation so he really need to find a related job to realize his full potential
He can accept a job not so relative which give a good enough offer, however he still want to do what he likes
Starting salary he can accept is RMB4,000
He has a good connection, however he haven't done much to ask for reference or job vacancies
He doesn't accept government jobs because it means less opportunity to pursue his own dreams
To get a doctor degree is one option. "It's a platform through which you can know lots of people and do many things"
He wants to get a job in Chengdu, or cities with enough resources
A recent Chinese post-graduate with ethnology degree who has a great passion to reserve/promote Chinese minority handicrafts, especially from Yi nationality, his native culture
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