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Ruby, Recruiter | China

What are some things you always look out for in a candidate's application?

Most importantly, I will look into the candidate’s previous experience, no matter whether it’s an internship or a social activity. Candidates should also highlight their technical skillset in their application.

What are some things you always look out for when interviewing a candidate?

Motivation is very important for sure. I need to make sure the candidate is interested in the role as well as working for our firm. Soft skill checking will be another focus in the HR interview round. We’ll see if the candidate has good communication skills and also has good logical thinking. And if a candidate can sum up their previous experience and how they grew accordingly, it shows their potential and learning ability.

Is there anything that candidates shouldn’t do?

They shouldn’t have any typos in their resume, which will leave us an impression that the candidate doesn't have attention to detail.

Olly, Recruiter | United Kingdom

How many candidates do you interview each year?

As a team in the EMEA region, I couldn’t give an exact number but we interview over a thousand candidates each year to fill our intern and full time student programs.

What are some things you always look out for in a candidate's application?

Firstly, candidates need to be eligible for the role they have applied to, For example, many of our summer internships candidates need to be in their penultimate year of study so this is an important qualification. It’s also useful to see when candidates have taken part in extra-curricular activities (e.g. sports teams and societies) and previous internships to accompany their studies.  As a recruiter who has traditionally looked for candidates with more technical profiles, I’m always interested to see github /stack overflow profiles.

What are some things you always look out for when interviewing a candidate?

It’s important that candidates demonstrate that they have researched the firm and the role and know why they want to work here.  It’s especially important in competency interviews that candidates are able to use specific examples to support their answers.

Is there anything that candidates shouldn’t do?

I would advise candidates not to apply to roles without doing proper research beforehand.

What’s an unexpected way a candidate has surprised you and subsequently been offered a position?

I worked with a candidate who had never considered a career in software engineering and was studying a STEM degree. A few months later they had applied and been offered a place on our Tech Connect programme. It’s great to see them doing well and developing into an experienced software engineer!

Evan, Incoming 2020 Intern | United Kingdom

What is something you always make sure to do when applying for an internship?

RESEARCH. Without having the opportunity to actually take part in the internship itself, the best way for you to work out whether an internship at J.P. Morgan is suitable for you is to do as much research as you can. The website is a great resource, but I also found the short videos on J.P. Morgan’s YouTube channel really helpful in gaining an insight as to what the internship will actually entail and getting a feel for the culture at the firm. Look for open days and campus events at your university too.  I was lucky enough to be a brand ambassador for a campus event for JP Morgan, which really instigated my interest in the Corporate Analyst Development program, and I was able to learn that there was an open day coming up. Being able to speak to employees in person and see the office is really helpful for deciding whether a certain internship is right for you

What are you focused on during an interview?

It’s really important that you keep calm and collected and keep reminding yourself what you are at the interview for. I think at the interview, it is always good to reassure yourself and remind yourself that you’ve done a great job to get to this stage, the recruitment team have seen something in you that they like, so you really just have to focus on showing the recruiters who you are and why you deserve to be there – you are more than capable of obtaining the internship. I was also focused on being myself. This is the only way the recruiters are going to be able to get to know you and determine whether you are a good fit for the internship.

What do you recommend to others who want to connect with a recruiter?

Staying in touch with recruiters throughout the recruitment/application process is really key to ensuring that your application is successful. Following the on-campus event, I made sure to get as many emails addresses as possible and also followed this up with LinkedIn connections with the employees I was fortunate enough to interact with at the event and the open day. Having a presence on LinkedIn and interacting with campus recruiters and other employees at the firm is definitely a great way to make sure that when you are going through the recruitment process, the recruiter’s remember you. It helps them to get to know you better and I think this goes a long way when you get to the assessment centre stage.

Is there anything you would advise others not to do?

As obvious as it may sound, the best piece of advice I ever received with regard to applying to internships was to be yourself. So one thing you definitely should not do is present and conduct yourself in a way that is not true to you. I think that recruiters are really good at being able to see through this. Also, don’t come underprepared. Make sure you have a really great understanding of the specific internship you’ve applied for as well as the company as a whole.


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TikTok is no stranger to dangerous viral trends. From "dry-scooping" to climbing on tall stacks of milk crates to removing your own IUD (!), and eating massive amounts of frozen honey and corn syrup, the "blackout challenge" is just the latest in a string of activities that can harm users and even lead to death.

The "blackout challenge" has been around since at least 2008, according to People, but it started making the rounds on TikTok again back in 2021, and has continued to make headlines in 2023. Experts have warned young users not to try the trend, which was linked to more than 80 deaths back when it first emerged, per the CDC. In late November of 2022, a Bloomberg Businessweek report linked at least 15 deaths in children 12 and under to the challenge in the last 18 months, and another five deaths in children aged 13 and 14.

Parents are struggling to stay on top of all the challenges that end up on their children's screens. Many have been turning to TikTok for answers, including the family of 9-year-old Arriani Arroyo.

Arriani was found dead in February of 2021 after participating in the blackout challenge, and her parents are suing TikTok in hopes of keeping other kids safe and avoiding another death, according to the family's attorney Matthew Bergman, per Wisconsin radio station WTMJ.

And the deaths have continued. In January of 2023, Milagros Soto, 12, died in Argentina after allegedly attempting the challenge, per the New York Post. A month earlier, the family of 12-year-old Tristan Casson says he died in Ohio after attempting TikTok's "blackout" challenge, according to Michigan Live, and 12-year-old Archie Battersbee died in August in the UK after apparently trying the challenge and spending months on life support. A few weeks after Archie's death, Lauryn Keating found her 14-year-old son, Leon Brown, unresponsive in their home in Scotland after an apparent "blackout challenge" attempt, according to The Daily Record, a Scottish news site.

It's unclear whether Leon's family will file a lawsuit at this time, but the social media giant already has a few related cases on its hands. One case involving a 1o-year-old girl was dismissed by a federal judge this year, but that's not the end of the company's legal battles. Read on for all the details behind the deadly challenge and the other lawsuits that TikTok is facing.

Also referred to as the “choking challenge” or the “pass-out challenge,” the “blackout challenge” encourages users to hold their breath until they pass out due to a lack of oxygen.

“What is actually going on in the brain is a lack of oxygen similar to when someone is drowning, choking, or having a cardiac arrest,” Dr. Nick Flynn explained to the Irish Examiner. “If you have low oxygen to the brain for over three minutes you can get brain damage and if you have low oxygen to the brain for over five minutes it can result in death.”

The CDC also released a list of signs that might indicate someone is trying the "blackout challenge," including:

"Because most parents in the study had not heard of the choking game, we hope to raise awareness of the choking game among parents, health care providers, and educators, so they can recognize warning signs of the activity," said Robin L. Toblin, PhD, MPH, according to the CDC. "This is especially important because children themselves may not appreciate the dangers of this activity."

A TikTok spokesperson told People that "this disturbing 'challenge,' which people seem to learn about from sources other than TikTok, long predates our platform and has never been a TikTok trend."

"We remain vigilant in our commitment to user safety and would immediately remove related content if found," they added.

In July, lawsuits surrounding the death of Lalani Erika Walton, 8, and Arriani Arroyo, were filed, per Insider. The lawsuits, which claim wrongful death and point to the TikTok challenge, were filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Both children were found hanging, having choked to death after attempting the challenges. (The police had examined Lalani's phone and tablet and found that she had been watching blackout challenge videos.)

Although TikTok has previously denied that the challenge is affiliated with the platform, since it existed as "the choking game" before the app, the Social Media Victims Law Center’s complaint said that TikTok "unquestionably knew" that the challenge was going viral all over their app and that they “should have known that failing to take immediate and significant action to extinguish the spread of the deadly Blackout Challenge would result in more injuries and deaths, especially among children," per The Los Angeles Times.

TikTok has blocked #BlackoutChallenge from its search engine, per The Washington Post.

Tristan Casson of Ohio, 12, and Milagros Soto of Argentina, 12, are both thought to have died in the past two months after trying the TikTok trend, their families have said.

Milagros' body was found hanging from a makeshift noose on Jan. 13, a local outlet reported. Her aunt, Laura Luque spoke with the media, saying that the family is "inconsolable we gave her so much love." The motivation to try the trend remains unclear, but the event was reportedly captured on camera, per the New York Post.

Tristan Casson's mother, Taylor Davis, got a call from her panicked sons on Dec. 6, telling her that Tristan, 12, was unresponsive, per Michigan Live. Local police are still investigating the death, but Davis says that her son "always tried new dances and trends that were popular on TikTok," and while she tried to monitor what he was doing, his search history had been cleared the last time she checked it. She believes he died trying the blackout challenge.

“TikTok needs to control what it shows on its platform,” his mother told Michigan Live. “I have parental controls on everything, but these videos can pop out and be seen by children like my son no matter what.”

Leon's friends told Keating that Leon had seen the challenge on TikTok, and then did it over FaceTime with them, The Daily Record reported.

"Him and his friends probably thought it was a laugh and a joke. But Leon didn't come back around. It went horribly wrong," said Keating, per The Daily Mail UK. "I had heard of this challenge, because of what happened to Archie . But you don't expect your own child to do it...these online challenges aren't worth their lives. They aren't worth 'likes' or whatever they're doing it for."

A TikTok spokesperson told the outlet that the company's "deepest sympathies go out to Leon Brown's family during this incredibly difficult time. The safety of our community is our priority and we take any claim about a dangerous challenge very seriously." The platform also said it has measures in place to prevent the sharing of these videos and takes users to a safety center if they search the term.

In early August, 12-year-old Archie Battersbee died after spending several months on life support at Royal London Hospital in the United Kingdom. Archie's mother initially found him unconscious back in April of 2022, and his parents think that their son was taking part in the blackout challenge after doctors shared that he was most likely "brain-stem dead," per BBC.

Although Archie's family did not sue TikTok, they spent several months battling the European Court of Human Rights to keep Archie on life support.

During their last attempts, Archie's family reached out to the United Nations to help convince the High Court for an extension. However, the order for his life support to be removed remained, and he passed away, per CNN. The court said that the life-sustaining efforts were "futile" at that point, according to The Daily Beast.

While working through the legal system to keep their son alive, Archie's parents had also requested that he be moved to a hospice center where he could die peacefully. Justice Theis of the High Court denied the family permission, noting that between Archie's condition and the high level of risk involved, Archie should remain in the hospital until treatment was withdrawn, per BBC.

"I'm the proudest mom in the world. Such a beautiful little boy, and he fought right until the very end," Archie's mother, Hollie Dance, told reporters, per CNN.

"There is absolutely nothing dignified about watching a family member or a child suffocate. No family should ever have to go through what we've been through it's barbaric," added Ella Carter, a family friend who joined Dance at the press briefing following Archie's death.

In December, 10-year-old Nylah Anderson choked to death after accidentally hanging herself in her closet, per The Washington Post. When she was found, she was rushed to the hospital. Doctors tried to revive her, but they were too late. A forensic analysis of the young girl's phone showed that she was using TikTok to watch blackout challenge videos just before she died.

In May 2022, her mother, Tawainna Anderson, tried to sue the popular app and its parent company, ByteDance, for wrongful death in the U.S. District Court in Eastern Pennsylvania, per The Washington Post. Her suit claimed that TikTok is "programming children for the sake of corporate profits and promoting addiction,” while being “a predatory and manipulative app” that pushes "exceedingly and unacceptably dangerous challenges." However, on October 25, a federal judge dismissed the suit, ruling that the Communications Decency Act protects online platforms from being held liable for content shared by third-party users, per NBC News.

“Defendants did not create the Challenge; rather, they made it readily available on their site,” the judge wrote, per NBC News. “Defendants’ algorithm was a way to bring the Challenge to the attention of those likely to be most interested in it. In thus promoting the work of others, Defendants published that work — exactly the activity Section 230 shields from liability.”

Unfortunately, Nylah, Archie, Lalani, and Arriani are not the only children to die while attempting this challenge. Four other children aged 14 and under have also died from trying to mimic the videos—all of which were mentioned in Nylah's lawsuit, per The Washington Post.

In a warning to other parents, Anderson said, "Make sure you check your kids' phones," she told ABC Action News. "You never know what you might find on their phones. You wouldn't think 10-year-olds would try this. They're trying because they're kids, and they don't know better."


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