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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