Rayn Asaria posts videos of his political newscasts, interviews with members of parliament and videos for a charity he supports for his more than 850 followers on Instagram.
Rayn says he is a social media and business entrepreneur. He is also ten years old.
“When I was seven or eight years old, I was doing news updates,” he says. “I was talking about all of these things that are so interesting about politics… that's why I go through social media.”
Rayn joins a growing number of young people who see social media as a career choice and way to develop essential skills for their future. Only seven per cent of children in a 2019 Lego survey said they wanted to grow up to be an astronaut. But about 30 per cent said they wanted to be a “YouTuber.”
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