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IN PROUD PAKISTAN THE HEROIC GLOBAL FOUNDER FRAMERS of ''The World Students Society'' have become household names. In a ping and a click they will follow through on the same honors the world over.

To the initiated and an outside observer, they will soon get a taste of being celebrities, and it will be consistent and growing, as the world watches them bloom and lead and lay the foundation of building one beautiful world.

But on social media - the emotions and mindsets of content creators has been nothing but rattling. ''When your views are down, it affects your financial stability and puts your career at risk,'' said Luis Capcchi, a 23-year-old TikTok creator in Los Angeles. ''It's like getting demoted at a job with no warning.''

Creators have encountered all kinds of problems, including bullying harassment and discrimination. ''Some creators get their content stolen, so someone else will go viral off their content then they get all the press,'' Mr. Harris said.

Not to mention, fan communities and internet commentators can be vicious. ''You can't just film what you want to film,'' Mr. Harris said. ''They'll make fun of you if your views drop.''

''I do worry about my longevity on social media,'' said Zack Jelks, 21, a TikTok creator in Los Angeles. '' People just throw one creator away because they're tired of them,'' he said.


No one has benefitted from the creator boom more than the technology industry. After over a decade of largely snubbing influencers, in the past year, high profile investors have done an about face.

Venture capitalists in Silicon Valley are now pouring money into creator-focused start-ups and platforms themselves have begun to compete for talent.

'' The over-saturation and this push for everyone to be a creator seems disingenuous,'' Mr. Innanen said. '' It seems like a cash grab. It makes me feel very disposable, which maybe I am. It's just next, next, next.''

Creators also operate without the type of traditional employment protections and benefits that come with many salaried jobs.

Some leaders in the creator economy, such as Li Jin, whose venture firm invests in the industry, have called for more sustainable monetization paths for creators of all sizes. But most are left to fend for themselves or risk potentially exploitative management agreements.

''You're completely self-employed, and it's not like you can continuously make the same work,'' Mr. Innanen said. ''You gave to evolve and adapt.''

''I feel like I can become washed up any second by an algorithm,'' he added.

'' There is a dark side to it,'' said Jake Browne, 30, founder of the Go House, a content house in Los Angeles. ''There's all these investors and platforms, and they need creators to create content on a mass scale. It's sort of let's get everyone to do it and we don't care about them. The top 10 percent will make us money.''

That pressure will soon feel familiar to more people who shun low-wage or unreliable work to pursue careers in the creator economy. Platforms like Substack and OnlyFans have arisen to sell the dream of entrepreneurship and independence to more people, many of whom have lost faith in more traditional sectors of the economy.

''The influencers industry is simply the logical endpoint of American individualism, which leaves all of us jostling for identity and attention but never getting enough,'' Rebecca Jennnings wrote recently in Vox.

It likely won't change soon. ''I feel like social media is built to burn people out,'' Mr. Jelks said.

To cope with depression, many TikTok creators have sought therapy and life coaching, or tried to be more open with their fans and friends about their struggles.

''When I'm depressed, I talk to the people around me,'' said Tatayanna Mitchell, 22, a YouTube and TikTok creator in Los Angeles. ''I make posts on my stories and share those quotes that are like, ''It's OK to talk to people if you need help.' ''

Last September, Ms. Mitchell announced she was ''quitting TikTok,'' citing toxicity and harassment. However, she rejoined shortly after. ''I was just sad,'' she said.

Walid Mohammed, 21, a manager for Gen Z creators who lives with Ms. Mitchell and several other social media stars, said that being in proximity to one another has helped them.

''As a house we have meetings every morning, at 10 a.m. to talk about his shift, he said. ''We talk about stress and how we have to keep working, but that's its important to take breaks, you just have to stay consistent. We try to cheer each other up.''

Mr. Innanen said that representatives from TikTok have been supportive when he had used the platform to speak about mental health challenges and invited him to participate in a panel on the issue with other creators.

''We care deeply about our creators' well-being, and take their concerns seriously,'' a TikTok representative wrote in an email statement. ''We're focused on understanding their individual content goals and experiences, and our teams continue to work to provide resources, support, and an open door for feedback.''

But even the most helpful platforms can't alleviate the precarity that's inherent to a creator's job, or the pressure many creators put on themselves. ''It feels like I personally am failing and may never recover if a video flops, '' Mr. Innanen said.

The Honor and Serving of the latest Global Operational Research on Students, Creators, and Social Media, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Taylor Lorenz.

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