These Unbelievable Jobs that Didn't Exist 5 Years Ago!

As we all know that the world is a changing place. Technology business is the leader in the change, and has always been. Thanks to all those beautiful minds that we live in such a prosperous society today.The pace has taken its toll, with some of the things changing in 5 years from nothing to billion dollars business. It has been same for some jobs in technology. Most of the companies are looking to hire these professionals. So lets check out what are these jobs, if you are confused as Mark Walhberg looks in the pic above.

1. Community manager Job in Brief: According to the Social Media Examiner, 92% of marketers report that social media is important to their business. Working as a community manager, you will be in charge of starting discussions online and converting internet users into sign-ups for a site. Think of it as the modern-day internet equivalent of Don Draper popping into his favorite dimly-lit bar, ordering an Old Fashioned and asking the bartender whether he would consider switching to Lucky Strikes. Salary: According to Glassdoor, a community manager could expect to make on average £29,718 in the UK, ≈US$38,400, €25,071 in Germany, ≈US$28,500 and €45,225 in France, ≈US$51,500. 2. Social media manager Job in Brief: A social media manager updates and manages social media channels (currently this is usually a mix of Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube and Google+) for an organisation, and is in charge of crafting an overall strategy to increase sales, exposure, customer engagement and brand loyalty, using data metrics like engagement and reach. Salary: According to PayScale, you could expect to earn around €18,000 in Italy, ≈US$20,500, CHF 72,000 in Switzerland, ≈US$74,300, €31,015 in Germany, ≈US$35,300 ,though salaries do vary depending on your employer, geographical location and years of experience. 3. Content manager Job in Brief: In this day and age, businesses need a solid content strategy to survive. According to a survey by HubSpot, brands that publish over 16 blog posts a month obtain 3.5 times more traffic than brands with less than four blog posts a month. As a content manager, you would oversee a team of copywriters to implement your strategy, with an eye to increasing total number of web visitors, sales, client satisfaction and retention. Salary: According to Glassdoor, content managers in the UK earn on average £36,136, ≈US$46,600. In Germany, salaries range between €46,000 and €100,000 ≈US$52,400-113,900, depending on experience, location and employer.

4. Virtual reality consultant Job in Brief: Virtual reality is still an emerging market, so there’s isn’t much in the way of a set natural career progression (which is a good thing, because this gives a lot of flexibility). Working as a virtual reality consultant, you would be helping clients plan a virtual reality project, whether a 360 virtual reality tour or planning an immersive game. You might brainstorm ideas with clients and advise them on best practices and tools. This is not a technical role, as you will be the point of contact between tech nerds and clients. Salaries: According to Alphr, average starting salaries in the UK are approximately £30,000 ≈US$38,700. 5. Data analyst Job in Brief: Big data has already taken over the world. According to Forbes, data is growing so quickly that by the year 2020, every human being on the planet will generate 1.7 megabytes of data every second. Indeed, from healthcare to cyber security to retail, it has such an enormous potential that the White House has already invested US$200 million in big data projects! Working as a data analyst, you’d be crunching numbers and interpreting data sets like user behaviour, site traffic and data-driven insight to inform marketing and advertising strategy. Salary: According to PayScale, data analysts earn on average €41,576 in Germany, ≈US$47,400 and £25,511 in the UK, ≈US$32,930, and CHF86,458 in Switzerland, ≈US$89,300.