Love YouTube? Google to Hire 10,000 Employees for Video Screening
Get ready to apply for the job of your dreams
NATIONAL — Are you obsessed with watching YouTube videos?
Then get ready to apply for the job of your dreams.
YouTube CEO, Susan Wojcicki, says the company is working to clean up its act by hiring more than 10-thousand people to screen videos for appropriate content.
Last month, YouTube added screening measures on “YouTube Kids” after some reports of violence and profanity on videos.
YouTube is owned by Google, and is reporting advertisers have been slowly pulling out throughout 2017.
Wojcicki says trust and safety teams have already reviewed nearly two million videos for extremist content over the past six months.
Nearly 400 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute.