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5 types of job titles in the creative industries

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16:00 PM | 8 August 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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A handful of job titles in the creative industries and beyond, from the ridiculously vague to to the ones trying too to be fun.

Working in the creative industries you'll come across some pretty cringey job titles. Some will confuse you while others will make you weep for humanity. Here's a selection of the types of job titles that we've come across recently.

1. The stupidly long one

E.g. International Associate Director of Digital Planning Operations 

Use: For people who like to feel really important.

In a sentence: I'm the International Associate Director of Digital Planning Operations. I'm basically in charge of everything. 

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