YouTube star: the new dream career in South Korea’s hyper competitive job market
- While civil service jobs promising pensions and stable pay are as desirable as they are difficult to get into, some Koreans want a career that showcases their individuality
- Now there are government-sponsored dorms for aspiring YouTubers, and agencies looking to show people how to monetise their channels
Corrected [12:59pm, 1 Sep, 2020]
- [12:59pm, 1 Sep, 2020]
This article has been updated to remove the full name of an interviewee who cited privacy concerns. They are instead being referred to by their stage name.