The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever #Buzzfeed

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever
Todd Keith / Vetta / Getty Images

What they actually do: Research and trend forecasting about online behaviors. We think? Maybe.

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever
Dylan Otto Krider / (CC BY 2.0) / Via Flickr: memekiller

What they actually do: Marketing strategy, usually for brands. Involves a lot of deck building, which doesn’t sound that magical after all.

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever

What they actually do: Account management/client services.

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever

What they actually do: Rule over the world of social media. AKA build some really exciting content calendars for brand tweets and Facebook posts.

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever
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What they actually do: Sometimes known as the cultural director, this person makes sure you get cookies on your birthday and beers for that all-hands meeting. It’s a tough job, but someone has to do it.

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever

What they actually do: HR. Requires fewer years in school than actually operating on people.

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever

What they actually do: Probably strategy? We used our imagination on this one.

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever
Richard Bowen / (CC BY 2.0) / Via Flickr: rbowen

What they actually do: Research and data analysis. Rocking.

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever
Dani Vasquez / (CC BY-SA 2.0) / Via Flickr: dani_vazquez

What they actually do: They’re experts in Mac operating systems. Job may or may not require wearing a mask.

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever

What they actually do: Similar to a czar, but like… way more wise and peaceful? A social media guru probably knows tons of hashtags.

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever

What they actually do: Crunch numbers.

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever

What they actually do: An evangelist in a tech company is a mix of publicist, PR person, spokesperson, and social media manager in charge of spreading the good word about the company and its product. It still sounds ridiculous to us.

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The Worst Startup Job Titles Ever
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What they actually do: Reception. No, really.

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