Internet Content Curators
Internet content curators discover, organize, and present content (audio, text, video, multimedia) that is found on the Web. They often focus on a particular subject such as sports, health care, or science.
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Content curators earned median salaries of $44,300, according to PayScale.com. the most-experienced curators earned $63,000 or more.
Full-time workers receive benefits such as paid holidays, vacations, and sick days; personal days; medical, dental, and life insurance; and retirement and pension plans. Self-employed workers must provide their own benefits.
Internet content curators who are employed by companies, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies work in typical office settings. They have a standard 40-hour, Monday-Friday week. Some curators work from home offices, which gives them significant flexibility regarding their work schedules. Curators spend a significant amount of time sitting in front of a computer. As a result, they may...
Internet curation serves an increasingly valuable function as more and more content appears online. People seeking reliable resources and data face a veritable flood of Web sites, articles, and videos of widely varying quality. Knowledgeable reviewers who sift through and compile the best and most accurate sources or the most desirable content in specialized subject areas or popular content cat...