Social Networking jobs are steadily rising

Social Networking Jobs Are Steadily Rising

According to Indeed.com, jobs featuring the term “social networking” have been steadily climbing for some time now. Below is a job trends graph showing the percentage of jobs posted in their system containing the term “social networking.”

 

 

Jessica Miller-Merrell

Jessica Miller-Merrell

Jessica Miller-Merrell (@jmillermerrell) is a workplace change agent, author and consultant focused on human resources and talent acquisition living in Austin, TX. Recognized by Forbes as a top 50 social media influencer and is a global speaker. She’s the founder of Workology, a workplace HR resource and host of the Workology Podcast.

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  1. Avatarmiraza waqaas jahangir says

    Dear i am not interested in networking jobs bcoz i am currently serving as small manufacturing unit as an office boy. Now think yourself how i am fit for this job.

    Regards:

    Mirza waqas Jahangir

  2. Avatardennis addison says

    it’s obvious that this job has a place in the future.the economic benefit must be fascinating.can you please send me an available post?

  3. Avatarprasanth says

    sir,i’am a health proffesional(nurse)so plz give information regarding nursing.thanku

  4. Avatarsanjay mishra says

    i am looking forward for a new job in amastardam in hotel or hospitality industry. and to make a effective relation with you

  5. AvatarBishnu paudel says

    Thanks
    My interest is to work for social welfare as social mobiliser/motivator through the I/NGO’s. I have 10 years experience to that sector.

  6. AvatarApple says

    Sound interesting.I would like to give it a try.
    Could you pls.send me the fully description about this job.

    Thanks,
    Apple

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  1. […] Facebook users get lower grades in college features an Ohio State University study where the 85% of students who are Facebook users get lower grades. Yet Facebook, YouTube at work make better employees: study highlights an Australian study where workers who use the Internet at work are 9% more productive. And opportunities abound as Social Networking jobs are steadily rising. […]

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