YouTube creators: YouTube’s Chief Product Officer and Google’s SVP Neil Mohan said that 7 lakh jobs are being created from YouTube.
People getting jobs from YouTube
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YouTube has become quite popular in India in the last few years. countrywide during the last five years (YouTube) The number of users has increased a lot. At present more than 46 crore people are active on YouTube in India. This is the reason why YouTube is also creating millions of jobs every year. The social media company has told that Indian YouTube creators contribute Rs 6800 crore to India’s GDP. As YouTube channels are growing, so are the jobs. Every year 7 lakh jobs are created in the country from YouTube.
YouTube’s Chief Product Officer and Google’s SVP Neil Mohan virtually participated in CyFy 2022. Here Neil Mohan said, ‘The economy of YouTube creators is growing rapidly in India. Every year Rs 6800 crore is contributed and 7 lakh jobs are created. CyFy 2022 is a conference on Technology, Innovation, and Society. The event was organized by the Observer Research Foundation (ORF).
Small businesses also thrive on YouTube
Neil Mohan said that YouTube not only gives creators an opportunity to increase their audience but also gives them financial opportunities to build their businesses. He said that YouTube is a platform where all types of businesses are flourishing, especially small businesses. The reason behind this is that the platform is an advertising-driven media platform.
YouTube’s Chief Product Officer said, “All major Indian languages are represented on our platform in terms of creative success as well as gender diversity. We have the tools to help ensure that the platform remains a safe and inclusive space for both content creators and users.
Our priority is to make YouTube inclusive
Mohan further said that YouTube is a place where content creators from across India are at the forefront. “It is our priority to make YouTube inclusive and diverse. The creator economy affects tens of millions of people in India and so it is natural for governments to care about what happens on these platforms.
He said that it is the responsibility of key stakeholders, governments, and YouTube to ensure that the platform is not used to spread misinformation. Mohan said, ‘YouTube is a place where people share their thoughts and opinions. Our vision for electoral integrity, and preventing misinformation and violence is clear.