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At this point anyone who lives in Seattle, knows anything about computers, and is still unemployed just isn't trying. Amazon added 11,800 employees in the

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The Top 10 Most Incomprehensible Job Titles Offered by Amazon Right Now (With Translations)

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At this point anyone who lives in Seattle, knows anything about computers, and is still unemployed just isn't trying. Amazon added 11,800 employees in the last year--4,200 in the last quarter alone. Right now there are more than 2,000 Amazon job openings right here in Seattle. All one has to do is figure out what the hell the job titles actually mean.

That's where we come in.

Here are the 10 most garbled and incomprehensible job titles listed on Amazon's job page, along with a simple translation of what the job title should be called.

10. Sr. Applied Research Scientist Manager- Ads Optimisation

Person Who Says Whether Web Ads Are Working or Not

9. Oracle Financials Functional Analyst - Procure to Pay

Person Who Makes It Easier for Amazon to Buy Stuff

8. Senior Manager Acquisti (Senior Vendor Manager), Software Video Games, Italian Media

Person Who Speaks Italian, Lives in Paris, and Buys Video Games

7. Machine Learning, NLP, IR- Senior Technical Program Manager (TPM)

Person Who Puts Amazon's Crap in Easy-to-Find Categories

6. Federal Solutions Architect - Amazon Web Services

Person Who Works on Amazon Projects for Uncle Sam

5. Loss Prevention Project Manager

Person Who Makes Sure People Don't Steal Shit

4. Co-Location Datacenter Sourcing

Person Who Convinces a Bunch of Amazon Data Clients to Move Their Stuff to the Same Place

3. Software Development Engineer - Scalable Merchant Systems

Person Who Makes New Amazon Programs for People to Sell Stuff With

2. Software Development Engineer - AWS Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

Person Who Makes Amazon's Cloud Computing Program More Awesome

1. ????????????

Ice-Cream Tester (actually it's a sales rep in Tokyo, but I don't speak Japanese)

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