Politics creative job search: the resume as a TikTok video?
TikTok download ban temporarily blocked by US judge in a blow to the Trump administration
A federal judge on Sunday ruled in favor of TikTok, just hours before the download ban was scheduled to go into effect.On Wednesday, TikTok filed for the preliminary injunction against the Justice Department order, which would ban downloads of the TikTok app in the US beginning at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday. As Business Insider's Paige Leskin previously reported, lawyers for TikTok filed the request as part of TikTok's lawsuit against the US government, which challenges the legality of the president's proposed ban.
Use TikTok to search for a job? This example shows how it can be done
Could TikTok help young people who have just graduated from university to find a job? It seems like this: Ffion Clarke, 22, took inspiration from another young woman and decided to convert her résumé into a TikTok video in the hopes of grabbing an employer's attention. And indeed: Mike Carr, CEO of the podcast production company “Crowd Network”, hired her without further ado. (Also read:TikTok could become a job search tool )
The idea may sound absurd at first, but if we look at Ffion Clarke's TikTok résumé, which is from the UK, one can understand why it was discontinued so quickly. In the classic TikTok format, i.e. a short, entertaining video, the young woman said that she was working on starting a group of journalists, gave online workshops during the quarantine and that she had a master's degree in journalism from Cardiff University. In addition, you already have experience in a newsroom. (Also interesting:)
TikTok ban: Judge rules app won't be blocked in the US, for now
A federal judge has partially granted TikTok's request for a temporary injunction against the Trump administration, blocking a US government ban on downloads of the app mere hours before the policy was set to take effect at midnight Eastern time.TikTok won't be kicked off of US app stores — at least not yet.
No job offers due to the coronavirus pandemic
The young woman had an impressive CV. So why couldn't she get a job earlier and have to resort to this unorthodox alternative? The answer is: coronavirus.Many young people struggle to find a job in a crisis.
In an, Clarke mentioned that she was after applying for 50 jobs. None of the applications resulted in a job offer. Her experience coincides with that of millions of university students around the world who are unable to enter the world of work due to the current crisis - not just in the UK but in most of the countries affected by the virus. (Also read: )
Clarke says her problem was mainly the fact that media companies are not operating normally at the moment, so that there are almost no job opportunities. The only option she saw after looking for a job for so long: TikTok. (Worth reading:)
Judge's ruling creates fresh hurdle for Trump's TikTok ban
The decision by a federal judge Sunday to temporarily block a federal ban on TikTok marks another setback to President Trump's efforts to quickly overhaul how the Chinese-owned platform does business in the U.S.The ruling also creates more confusion around the wildly popular video app's continued U.S. operations. Beijing-based ByteDance has yet to receive final approval from the federal government on its new business arrangement with Oracle and Walmart, and the pending deal does not appear to require the Chinese company to fully divest itself of TikTok.
Clarke described her studies, as well as her first professional experiences - and above all demonstrated a great personality, which finally caught the attention of Mike Carr, who stood out because of her creative skills and her Qualification decided to hire them.TikTok applications catch the attention of creative companies
The young woman who inspired Clarke to apply for TikTok is called Alyshea Chand and is also from the UK. She too quickly received a job offer: Independent Television News hired her straight away. She said doing this is primarily a way to get the attention of digital agencies interested in this type of content. Not only for TikTok, but also for the many possibilities of digital communication. (Read also:)
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India: Hundreds of thousands of tea pickers in Assam on indefinite strike .
© Biju BORO / AFP Tea pickers joined farmers in protesting the liberalization of the sale of fruits and vegetables. The strike began this Friday, October 9 to demand wage increases. These workers joined the farmers, who have been protesting for two weeks now against the new selling prices for fruit and vegetables. With our correspondent in Bangalore, Côme Bastin The State of Assam produces nearly 50% of India's tea, and it is found on many tables around the world.