How to get your favorite celebrity apprentice job at Instagram
Posted On May 25, 2021
The most popular celebrity apprentice jobs for Instagram users, according to a new survey, are not only good opportunities for earning a salary, but also offer the opportunity for networking.
The survey, conducted by the app maker in partnership with AppSumo, also found that Instagram’s most popular career path for young professionals is for a professional photographer, not a social media producer.
The report, published Wednesday, found that the top 10 Instagrams for young professional photographers earned an average of $70,000 in 2016.
That’s up from $62,000 last year.
The top 10 job descriptions for Instagram’s best-known celebrity apprentice positions for 2017 included “professional photographer,” “professional videographer,” “video editor,” “photographer assistant,” “social media manager,” “content creator,” “digital marketing manager,” and “video production assistant.”
AppSumy’s data, which was collected on a monthly basis, was based on data collected from more than 2,500 Instagram users who have completed their careers on Instagram.
The research was conducted between August 2016 and March 2017, and the data was weighted to reflect the demographics of Instagram users.
Instagram said the top ten positions were for a variety of different roles, including “photography assistant,” which was for an assistant that was responsible for the creation of photos for Instagram accounts, and “content and marketing manager” for a senior social media manager.
The most common Instagram job title was “content/marketing manager,” according to the report.
The study also found a high correlation between Instagram’s top 10 positions and the top 25,000-level Instagram account, with the top Instagram account in each position earning more than $100,000.
The bottom positions for Instagram were for content/marketer, which paid $45,000, and photo editor, which made $40,000 and $35,000 respectively.
A popular social media influencer, celebrity apprentice can be a lucrative career path, particularly if you can bring in a high-profile clientele, like Kim Kardashian or Kim Kardashian West.
“The biggest draw is that you can earn a decent salary while also making connections with other influencers and clients,” AppSumi co-founder Alex Zurowski said in a statement.
“It’s definitely not just about getting your image up and being famous on Instagram, but having a social network and having an audience that you’ll be able to connect with on a regular basis.”
Appsumo, which has over 30 million users, said the findings highlight that the number of celebrities on Instagram is growing quickly.
In August, Appsumy said that the average number of followers per celebrity apprentice account was up more than 100,000 percent since 2015.
“We see this trend of Instagram growth accelerating as the app continues to build a broader user base,” Zurowseski said.
“For example, Instagram has more than doubled its total user base since 2017.”
The study was released Wednesday, just days after Instagram released its first annual report, and comes at a time when Instagram is looking to capitalize on its growing user base.
Instagram’s chief operating officer, Kevin Systrom, is in the midst of developing a new platform that will allow the company to sell advertising to users in a more direct, more organic way.
That new platform, which is still in the testing phase, could also be used by Instagram to help promote its own products.
Instagram CEO Kevin Syms, right, listens to Instagram CEO and CEO of Instagram, Kevin Plank, talk during a press conference at the company’s headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., Wednesday, April 20, 2021.
AP Photo/Patrick Semansky