This Googler wants to create the 'Dilbert' for his generation
That's why the twenty-something marketing manager at YouTube started the website "Every Vowel," a hub of work-centric content for millennials. (Take a closer look at his last name to figure out where the title came from.)
But since he launched the site, the most popular part by far has been the cartoons that he tries to post every Monday.
"People have called it the modern 'Dilbert' or the 'Dilbert' for Millennials and that makes me smile so much," he tells Business Insider.
For those who haven't seen Scott Adams' "Dilbert" cartoons, they satirize white-collar corporate America and grew popular during the early 90s. Youshaei's work is more focused on a younger audience, but often take a similar irreverant tone.
"The way people talk about careers and business is changing so much," he says. "If you can take your work very seriously but not your self very seriously, that's when you can find insight. I think the cartoons help get at that."
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