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This article from Jiemian.com tells what it's like for a young 26-year-old worker to work at the Motor factory.

Here is the link to the original article (in Chinese):


Main takeaways:

Shan Zhuowen is a worker on the chassis assembly at Xpeng Zhaoqing factory. Born in 1995, he is now the head of the final assembly production shift and leads a team of more than 20 people.

"For ordinary factories, workers are the main force. But here the robots are the main force, and I am just their colleague", Shan said.

He likes Xpeng's corporate culture, where employees are known as classmates and the training system uses a mentor-apprentice system.

Shan refers to Xpeng CEO He Xiaopeng as a big brother and says he is friendly.

He says that he and his family are happy with their current job. He did not disclose the amount of his salary, but believes it is certainly in the middle to upper range of his industry.

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