Because we are all constantly using it. In fact social media has now become the number one activity on the web. But have you ever thought that perhaps rather than fighting this urge, you could work with it. Yes you did read correctly, now there is way you can make all those hours you spend on Facebook and Twitter worth it - by being paid to do it. After reviewing some of the recent job titles used in adverts on Jobserve.com it became clear that some interesting titles are beginning to evolve.
One employer was seeking out the perfect ‘Chief Executive Twitterer’ while another was hoping to add a ‘Twitterer-in-Chief’ to their team.
However if Facebook is more your thing you could always apply to be a ‘Facebook Fashionista’.
Or if you are looking for something a little more serious, what about becoming a ‘Manager of Deep Web Research’? Other employers tried to be a little more creative hoping to find their ideal ‘Social Media Maven’; a ‘Pastor of Communications’ and even a ‘Skype Scalper’.
With Socialnomic’s founder, Erik Qualman, calling social media the biggest shift since the Industrial Revolution it is clear that this creativity in job titles is only going to grow.
So go on write that status update about how much you need your morning coffee.
After all you could be getting paid to do it soon and you know what they say, practice makes perfect!
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