Hackers from North Korea are plagiarising information from legitimate resumes on various hiring platforms such as LinkedIn. They use the stolen data to apply for jobs at cryptocurrency companies in North America and Europe.
Blockchain and crypto professions have been grey areas until recently when the industry stood the test of the coronavirus and employed even more people to work as developers, managers, writers, analysts, engineers, and more. However, finding that dream crypto or blockchain job greatly relies on the quality of a CV.
Despite the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry being nascent, it is rapidly growing in all terms, including job opportunities. For now, it has employed thousands of people, with the number of vacancies and specializations expected to increase.
Music has long been a unique, universally understandable way of self-expression. But it also goes a long way beyond art – music is also a large business which gives jobs to thousands of artists, producers, stage operators, designers, to mention only a few. Today, the music industry is shifting into the digital realm with a pace previously unseen.
While most of the world is in a lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have lost their jobs or sources of income. While searching for a way to improve the situation, it is rather easy to fall victim to a fraudulent scheme.
A large number of Ugandan nationals were left crying helplessly after being promised well-paying jobs at a fake cryptocurrency company which abruptly went into rigor mortis with citizens losing over 10 billion Ugandan Shillings (UGX) (approx. $2,715,100).
With the world running at a very high speed, it is estimated that by 2030, more than 70% of the existing jobs in Italy will no longer exist. This is a period of digital disruption – where technology including blockchain, internet of things, smart contract, artificial intelligence, and others, is at the center of everything. The change depends on available data and their value.