Rec boss laments young Brits desire to become 'Youtube stars' than find work

Rec boss laments young Brits desire to become 'Youtube stars' than find work

With social media making the likes of a ‘Kardashian’-style career seemingly more attainable, as so-called influencers and reality stars dominate feeds, parading the lifestyle self-marketing (and relentless selfies with tea that promises to cut fat) brings – it’s having a negative impact on the work ethic of the younger generation.

That’s according to one recruitment agency, Opus Loco Recruitment, who have taken part in Channel 4’s ‘British Workers Wanted’ to highlight their struggle in finding British workers.

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