You don’t have to be a coder to work for twitter, their Brand Policy Associate opening is an example. I have always been a firm believer that you can’t be happy in life if you don’t love your job, so if you love social media, especially twitter, getting this job would be one step in the right direction for eternal bliss
A Huffington Post job that is perfect for you if you have been married – a lot. If that is the case, then you clearly have the experience in both marriage and divorce to easily handle this job
Huffington Post Weddings parses the joys, headaches, and most up-to-the-minute information about weddings and marriage today, engaging not only brides-and-grooms-to be and newlyweds, but also anyone looking at the culture through the lens of contemporary coupledom. From wedding-day minutiae to the most viral proposal videos to our culture’s obsession with celebrity weddings to unconventional etiquette dilemmas to the latest research on modern matrimony to its emotional and financial challenges, our site is a place to indulge both the fantasies and less fairytale realities of wedding-planning and marriage, both gay and straight.
Huffington Post Divorce offers the newly-divorced–and those considering divorce–news, opinion, and advice to help navigate every aspect of a split, from its financial and emotional repercussions to its effect on kids, careers, and waistlines to the minefield of step-parenting and blended families to infidelity to post-divorce dating and reinvention. From the latest divorce trends and research findings to breaking developments in high-profile divorce litigation to the role of divorce in pop culture, our site is a hub for thoughtful analysis that not only helps readers manage their own splits, but also helps them understand the impact of divorce on the social and cultural landscape .
Nothing says “Top” more than the biggest social media power house in the universe – facebook – Developer Advocate, Mobile.
As an Engineer in our Mobile Developer Relations team at Facebook you will be responsible for broadening the interest in mobile applications, promoting the benefits of the Facebook Platform as a whole – and advocating HTML5 as a technology stack in particular – to software developers around the world. This is a highly technical and high-visibility role where you will both write code and interact with the most innovative engineers inside and outside of Facebook every day. You will be responsible for outreach to third-party mobile developers, particularly with the startup and open-source communities. You’ll represent Facebook at developer conferences, events, online, and with the technical press and bloggers. Writing code samples, articles, best practices and tutorials for developers, you will be emphasizing the benefits of targeting the mobile medium, articulating the range of technology options available to do so, and highlighting the power of the Facebook Platform to increase the social engagement with applications. You will also advocate for the needs of the developer community internally, working closely with Facebook product and engineering teams to determine features and strategy. Our goal is to make Facebook the essential platform for mobile developers – with you helping to lead the way.
Although we are in a very early release stage, we will update this blog with some of the top social media jobs we can find. These are the jobs we envy, the reason we look in disgust and anger because we are sooo jealous we don’t have these jobs. Ok, not really, but they are cool jobs we wish we could have and we will let you know when we find them