In what is thought to be the first job of its kind worldwide, a company in London has advertised for an emoji translator. The role will be explaining cross-cultural misunderstandings and creating trends report.
I'm sure we all know someone who loves an emoji and sees themselves as a bit on an 'emoji' connoisseur, maybe they could turn their interest into a freelance job?
Emoji translation is itself an emerging field – but one dominated to date by software, which is often insensitive to the many cultural differences in usage and interpretation. We are therefore seeking an exceptional individual to provide the human touch needed where translation software is inadequate – and to help us become the go-to translation experts in this area