If you’re the go-to person when it comes to info on everything from who’s dating who in the celebrity world to what’s for lunch at school, check out these positions. Your insatiable curiosity for what’s happening in the lives of others is the perfect skill needed.
1. Gossip Columnist — You get a recurring space to write your thoughts, ideas, and gossip. You schmooze with celebrities and talk with “unnamed sources” to bring readers the latest on who’s washed up, who’s dating who, and who’s on bump watch.
2. Private Investigator — You find the dirt others want to keep hidden. You follow spouses accused of cheating, dig for lost business files, and track down missing persons.
4. Digital Photographer — Confused why Digital Photographer makes this list? One word: Paparazzi. You’re paid for shots of jailed celebrities and canoodling costars.
5. Vice Police Officer — You interview witnesses, go undercover, and, in general, ask as many questions as you can to bust criminals.
6. Customs Patrol Officer — You post up at a country’s border, monitoring those coming in or going out. Your questions determine things like whether a person is who they say they are, and what’s in their trunk.
7. Market Researcher — Companies turn to you when they want buying habit info. You interview people to find out who buys what and what type of marketing tactics work best.
8. Personnel Coordinator — You’re the point person for new company hires. You answer questions about taxes, check paperwork, and investigate employee efficiency.
9. Marketing Analyst — Using information gathered by Market Researchers, you create your company’s marketing plans.
10. Client Service Associate — Both clients and coworkers rely on you for info on what’s happening with products, project timelines, and the piles of paperwork required to run a business efficiently.
Careers You May Like
Investigate crimes related to drugs, gambling and other immoral activities.
Discover new places and report on your travels for your readers.
Let drivers know about accidents and construction via radio or TV.
Locate people who have gone missing.
Patrol outdoor areas to keep communities free of crime.
Condense a big idea into an eye-catching newspaper or website headline.
Track down people who are on the run from justice.
Sell your well-researched stories to news outlets around the world.
Let your readers know about local environmental issues and trends.
Chase after people who have skipped out on their court date.
Write commentary and critiques about art.
Hunt down the best candidates and lure them in with attractive offers.
Investigate events and people to tell the public what's going on.
Take pictures of soldiers and the wars they fight from the front lines.
Connect hiring companies with qualified applicants.
Record scientific data using a camera for organizations or businesses.
Collect, evaluate, and report on data.
Take pictures that make articles jump off the page.
Use a camera to capture the look of individuals, families, or groups.
Research customer habits to guide marketing efforts.
Capture the essence of actors, authors, or models with close-up shots.
Fill corporate positions with the most competent candidates.
Snap pictures from high above the ground in a helicopter or airplane.
Snap photos of runway models and the latest designs.
Formulate thoroughly researched marketing plans for businesses.
Track down people and dig up information for a private contractor.
Capture images of the world for newspapers, websites, and art exhibits.
Provide in-depth predictions about sports teams and players.
Write in-depth articles for magazines, papers, or websites.
Cover games and keep viewers in-the-know about sports news.
Write opinionated columns for a newspaper on a specific topic.
Capture images from around the globe.
Report on scientific breakthroughs in print, the web, or TV.
Take close-ups of scrumptious salads, soups, and entres for menus or ads.
Conduct research with an eye to designing the perfect ad campaign.
Snap pictures of landscapes and wildlife for magazines and journals.
Capture events, weddings, and small music videos on film.
Dive below the waves to take pictures of the underwater world.
Pair Nurses with hospitals that are hiring.
Capture images of athletes, sports teams, and crowds in action.
Work on movie sets taking publicity photos of Actors during filming.
Travel to college campuses to find potential employees for your company.
Work in-house or as a consultant, matching people with jobs.
Snap photographs for businesses, advertising agencies, and more.
Sell products by shooting photos that say, You want to buy this!
Convey stories with pictures instead of words by capturing stirring images.
Create images of Musicians at work in the studio.
Study market conditions to help create and sell new products.
Record images of crime scenes and victims to bring about justice.
Make strategic hiring and firing decisions for a company.
Capture clear images of surgeries for medical school textbooks.
Use skillful photography to make buildings and homes look their best.
Shoot pictures of wild animals in their natural habitat.
Use online strategies like ads and websites to create hype for companies.
Search for ideal candidates to fill technical positions.
Fill open positions in your company with the best-qualified employees.