That's kind of what I'd like to do to.
I like dealing with people, but I'm not very keen on meeting people in person or being in the spotlight, which is rough, because in most places, that's the only way you can get some of those jobs. I'm really good at talking to people online, and I love it. I can see trends within communities and help people resolve issues. I used to be an admin on a couple Minecraft servers in middle school, and there was just something about my role that I loved. Sure, I could just ban people, but what I loved doing is being helpful. If someone needed help with something, I was the one there researching and offering advice. If a lot of people wanted it, I was always trying to work to implement it, or offer a compromise. If there were disputes, I tried to resolve them. I wasn't even that great at my job. If something needed to be done, I didn't know the immediate fix. I would sit there and mess around with stuff and do some research online in order to get a problem fixed. I didn't know what was wrong, but I knew what to look for. I didn't like the powers that came with the title, I liked the responsibilities.
My dream job would be to wake up and just start talking to people. Maybe a lot of people were having issues with something on a game or website. I could go figure out exactly what it was, using the community as researchers and test subjects, then pass the issue and information on to the proper people. For example, if there was a glitch with a system in a game, I could talk with people to nail down exactly what the problem is. I could have people send in screen shots, error reports (or stack traces, if needed), and video of the problem. I could then take that, compile the information down, and send it to the devs. That way, I wouldn't be like "Oh, the map is broken", I could say "This button on the map is doing this for a lot of people. Here's some screenshots and video of the issue. It seems like it happens when a player is using this class and this weapon. Here's how you can recreate it." That way, the devs would have a lot to go on, and people would be less up in arms over every little problem.