If you can communicate an entire concept using little more than a sequence of emojis, then a change in career path might be on the horizon.
According to a report in Newsweek, Today Translations are seeking an 'emoji translator' to address cross-cultural misunderstandings which arise from the use of emojis across the globe.
The London-based company is eager to address communication issues which stem from the 'world’s fastest-growing language,' and this is where you might just come in.
"Emoji translation is itself an emerging field – but one dominated to date by software, which is often insensitive to the many cultural differences in usage and interpretation," the ad read.
"We are therefore seeking an exceptional individual to provide the human touch needed where translation software is inadequate."
"In the absence of any native speakers, the successful candidate should be able to demonstrate a passion for emojis, combined with cutting-edge knowledge and awareness of areas of confusion and cultural/international differences," it continued.
A degree in Social Sciences with Linguistics, Social Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology or Communication are desirable, but not essential, so it might be time to look into this one!