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Sales manager? No way. Try sales ninja.

Unusual employee job titles can make companies appear forward-thinking and innovative, but they also appeal to workers who want to feel creative and inspired. And in the age of personal branding, the unique job title may become even more prevalent.

Then: Receptionist

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Now: Director of first impressions

Then: Marketer

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Now: Evangelist

Then: Business development

Now: Creator of opportunities

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THEN: Public relations/marketing/
promotions

NOW: Ambassador of buzz

Then: Sandwich maker

NOW: Sandwich artist

THEN: Web developer

Now: Technology ninja

Then: Sales manager

Now: Sales Jedi

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