425,000 full-time jobs contributed to the YouTube creator economy in 2021, according to data shared by the platform in July. A new website is looking to add to that total by giving creators a dedicated space for open positions on their teams. Paddy Galloway is the driving force behind YTJobs.co, where some of YouTube’s top stars are hiring help.
Through YTJobs.co, Galloway has found another way to assist his creative colleagues. The 26-year-old Irishman describes hiring as “most YouTuber’s [sic] biggest problem,” and his new platform attempts to solve that issue by connecting creators with qualified candidates. Online video professionals can fill out a profile on YTJobs.co to list their work experience and qualifications. On Twitter, Galloway said that more than 1,000 job seekers are already using his site.
Here’s a new niche that has some potential to bring in some side revenue. Not a bad idea.
OUBO OPERATIONS has released its new jobsite OUBO (https://oubojobs.com/) for job seekers in the United States.
“Job seekers in the U.S. can fully utilize OUBO to find work that best matches their needs in more than 100+ industries. OUBO has strengths not only in listing full-time work but in part-time jobs and gigs. With ever-increasing user demand for flexible part-time jobs and gigs, OUBO has enhanced its job search optimization functions. These functions enable the website to prioritize job listings that most fit the user based on their search preferences. Our technology also empowers job seekers to search for employment opportunities according to their desired salaries and displays jobs with an estimated yearly salary and per-hour salary.”
This is a pretty generic looking aggregator. The owner is based in Singapore so not sure what their goal is here.
Built on a WordPress theme, a client of mine has launched a new board for startup jobs.
“All Startup Jobs From Bootstrapped to Unicorn Startups–Search for Startup Jobs at growing and fast paced Startups & in Tech.”
Jobs@La French Tech job board is now open to applications from Asia. Launched by the Taiwan chapter of La French Tech and featuring over 22,000 jobs, the job board provides opportunities for Asian talent to live and work in France and find employment in French startups in France and around the world. Jobs published at Jobs@La French Tech come from France’s most promising tech companies, many which are featured on the Next 40 and FT 120 list – an exclusive group of technology startups and scale-ups.
La French Tech supports successful candidates with visas and assisting in acquiring a four-year working permit, with residency privileges extended to family members. The visa allows candidates to change employers within the duration of the visa validity. Eligible candidates can also extend the residency permit to a permanent one, and the visa is degree-agnostic, with only English being the primary language requirement.