A personal-finance influencer who quit his day job for YouTube made over $100,000 in his first year
Andrei Jikh quit his day job and started a personal-finance YouTube channel in 2019. In his first year, he earned over $100,000 from ads and gained over 300,000 subscribers on YouTube. Jikh spoke to Business Insider about his rise on YouTube and the success of his first year. (...)
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