Is reality TV becoming a career choice for millennials and the Generation Z’s?
Love it or hate it, as Love Island takes the UK by storm, sparking the debate: Are these people just on reality TV for fame as a career or are they actually looking for love? This being the pre-working day conversation for many, including us here at Cooper Golding.
Has reality TV fame taken over from higher education and more traditional job roles? Will this have a knock on effect for the next generation? Is it a career option to be famous?
What do you think? We’d love to know your views.