Although Australia had incredibly strict lockdown rules, this hasn't deterred video platform TikTok from continuing to hire and grow out their Australian office.
With over 100+ live roles in Australia, and hundreds more globally - TikTok has grown to be one of the most popular apps in the world, amassing over 2bn downloads by April 2020.
Although a lot of smaller businesses across the world are struggling due to the lack of support due to coronavirus, it's showing to recruiters and those looking for employment that working for a larger tech company may give them the job security that they need.
From Internal Communications, to Analysis and Content roles - there are a number of opportunities that span from junior through to senior level, which may be the answer for the employment market in Australia.
With a second lockdown looming, it still doesn't seem to deter TikTok - which can also be said for other large global corporations.
TikTok is in the midst of a hiring spree for its Australian office as the video sharing app’s audience continues to grow. Owned by Chinese tech firm ByteDance Ltd, TikTok is reportedly looking to add 100 new staff to its growing base. The social media platform began hiring for its Sydney office early this year and has continued to recruit despite the pandemic.