I bet some of the earliest tweets on record peddle job opportunities. Hashtags and an API turned the volume up to 11. Then automated services blew up. Names like TweetMyJobs, Tweet A Job, and Tweet Jobs were born, and job postings have littered the Twittersphere ever since. A search on Twitter on “#jobs” reveals accounts with handles like @NeedLS_Staffing, @eMarketingSilo, @jobely, and @TopTech_Jobs, all of which seems to exist for the sole purpose of distributing jobs on a mass scale.