Take this test to see if you have what it takes to be an emoji translator

Posted at 5:16 PM, Dec 13, 2016

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 emojis translate across cultures and languages.

For example, ? could be perceived as laughter in some places, but grief in others.

More than ? people from around the ? have applied so far, and there's even an online test.

We've created our own emoji quiz to test your emoji-comprehension skills. (Answers are at the bottom of the page)

So if you are looking for a job, and don't mind ?? to England, you could be Today Translations' newest employee.

The full job description and application can be found here.


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