5 Job Titles That Sound Way Better Than the Actual Job

In the modern world of careers, we have gotten really creative with our job titles. But sometimes, even the coolest-sounding job titles can actually be incredibly boring. This comes from a recent AskReddit thread where Redditors tell all on job titles that sounded cool, but actually sucked in real life. Let's check it out.

Why You Should Be Allowed to Choose Your Own Job Title

Browsing on Craigslist for a new job recently? You may have seen ads for jobs such as "Social Media Ninja" or "Keyboard Rockstar." At first glance, you may have no idea what these jobs actually do -- are they looking for someone skilled in karate, or perhaps even with a record label?

3 Tech Titles That Prove Tech Titles No Longer Have Any Meaning

There's something about the disposition of people who start tech companies that makes them want to think up weird job titles -- even though a goofy nameplate can mean a confusing conversation for the title holder at his or her next job interview. But now, courtesy of the internet, we bring you three titles that prove, definitively, that tech job titles bear no resemblance to the job they supposedly describe.