Children in the U.S. aspire to be YouTube stars when they grow up, according to a survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Lego. Meanwhile, kids in China would rather be astronauts.
The survey asked 3,000 kids ages eight to 12 what they want to be when they’re adults: astronaut, musician, professional athlete, teacher or vlogger/YouTuber?
PR pros, we know you love your jobs, but if you could make a wish and choose another one, what would it be?
A study this week found that in Western countries, kids today are more interested in being YouTubers than astronauts. PR people, if you could make a wish and be whatever you want to be (aside from working in PR, of course), what would you choose?— PRWeek US (@PRWeekUS) July 19, 2019