“He won his fortnight in two days”; Mexican “shows off” her life as an Uber delivery girl in Canada

“He won his fortnight in two days”;  Mexican “shows off” her life as an Uber delivery girl in Canada

A Mexican tiktoker who has a master’s degree in Microbial Biotechnology, is currently a delivery person for Uber in Canada and claims to earn in two days what a Mexican earns in a fortnight.

TikTok is one of the most popular social networks of the moment, the favorite of Generation Z and, without a doubt, one of the fastest growing during the pandemic.

Today, the Chinese social network has added more than one billion users from around the world and more than two billion mobile downloads, an achievement that it achieved in just five years since its founding in 2016 and, if this were little, their numbers keep increasing.

In addition, for brands and content creators, TikTok has become a great platform to make themselves known, thanks to the enormous reach that this social network currently has.

That is why it is no longer surprising to see that every day an indiscriminate number of videos go viral, because, in that sense, TikTok has a much broader community and we could say that it is more open to receiving all kinds of content.

On the other hand, it is also a space in which the new generations are finding a new way of interacting not only with each other, but with the world around them.

An example of the latter can be seen in the video of the tiktoker @roadbels, a Mexican woman who, according to her account, in our account has a master’s degree in Microbial Biotechnology, but living in Canada earns more money working as a delivery person for a delivery platform.

Currently, according to what she expresses in her videos (there are three), the Mexican works as a delivery person for Uber Eats in Canada, where she claims to earn “a fortnight” from a Mexican in two days.

@roadbels

#Canada #canada_life ?? #studying #latinosencanada #latinoaenusa #Live in Canada #latinosbelike #Mexico #travellife

? original sound – Espfeltv

@roadbels

#Canada #canada_life ?? #studying #latinosencanada #latinoaenusa #Live in Canada #latinosbelike

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@roadbels

#Canada #canada_life ?? #studying #latinosencanada #latinoaenusa #Live in Canada #latinosbelike #culture #experience #money #travel

? som original – senpai

TikTok, since last year, is the favorite social network of young people and, in turn, of brands and content creators, a fact that stands out for obtaining more than one billion users globally.

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Since 2016, the year in which the ByteDance platform was founded, more than two billion users have downloaded the application on their mobile devices and its largest community is young: 32 percent between 20 and 24 years old, while 20 percent of its users are people under 19 years of age.

Undoubtedly, the Chinese social network has become a great reference for new generations, but also for content creators and, of course, for brands, who are constantly looking to reach new audiences.

Beyond being just spaces to find and connect with old and new friends, the truth is that now they are very useful work tools and a good mirror of what is happening around the world.

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