If you speak in emoji, there’s a job just for you

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CNN-┬áHere’s a unique job opportunity for someone– if you know your emojis.

A London firm is looking to hire what they call the world’s first “Emoji Translator.”

The company says it needs an emoji expert to de-code how the emojis translate across cultures and languages.

For example, a face with tears in some cultures means laughter, but in other cultures it could mean grief.

More than 100 people from around the world have applied so far.

There’s even an online test, check it out!

For example, the Statue of Liberty plus and airplane equals “The New York Jets.”

If you got that answer right, you might be right for the gig!



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