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The importance of being mobile (part three) | Career opportunities in mobile

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10:24 AM | 2 April 2013

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Mobile marketing, advertising, interface design, user experience, content delivery &  application development. These are just a handful of new and interesting career paths that spawned due to the immense growth of mobile technologies.

Mobile marketing, advertising, interface design, user experience, content delivery &  application development. These are just a handful of the new and interesting career paths that have spawned due to the immense growth of mobile technologies. The mobile industry is ever expanding and virtually any company or brand is required to have a deep know-how of mobile applications, content and technology.

What positions are highly desirable at the moment and are there any specific requirements to successfully apply for these positions?

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