Hello my little tech flares. So how’s your life going in the metaverse for you? Ah? Have you ever set foot there? Oh?? Don’t have anything to qualify? Ah, you mean you don’t care except jerk off in this crappy virtual world? Oh okay. The words are said. The conditions are set. But you won’t stop me from giving you jobs that already exist in this not really parallel world, because the future belongs to people who know how to use a virtual reality headset.
Obviously, in all the clique of professions that have a future in the metaverse, it is certainly one of those who comes at the head of the line. Not only can many interpreters telecommute, the metaverse also offers them work as such (Source).
If there is one profession that knows no boundaries, it is that of advertising. Already on the brink of invading the moon, advertisers naturally have a boulevard ahead of them to conquer the metaverse. Will you take back a cup of sadness?
Obviously what would the metaverse be without the architects? We already needed them Start† In a space where everything can be done, without the slightest restriction, an architectural firm has started to completely design a city. Boah after that it’s their delirium huh. As long as they plan to help rebuild the Mariupol ruins, I’m fine with that.
A Rennes start-up (probably former repentant dog punks from Rennes 2) has developed the first hospital in the metaverse. Well, the idea isn’t completely stupid actually, it’s mainly about simulating virtually how a hospital works for the purpose of training young doctors. We just hope they have thought about making filthy hospitals with understaffed and underpaid nurses. (source)
5. High fashion stylist
Designing an unwearable outfit for an indecent price is no longer the prerogative of the truly wealthy. It is now possible to buy a high fashion dress in the Metaverse.
What’s the point? Well if you’re against progress I can’t do anything for you after that.
Since the pandemic, virtual prostitution platforms have boomed, as the article shows. The metaverse would therefore become the new ideal place to virtually sell its charms. Does it make you dream?
If you’ve never managed to break through despite your thousands of visits to Paris, it might be time to bet on the metaverse where the most elaborate forms of humor resemble a Linkedin post from a startup CEO-up.
Wait wait… A space where you can change your identity, choose an avatar and communicate with the whole world could be used for illegal activities????
Welcome to the metaverse, a beautiful space with a future for all kinds of traffickers and terrorists.
9. A homeless man
Yeah okay it’s not a job. The character was created by the Entourage association to raise awareness among users. Well, because if we all end up on the metaverse, that means we won’t take to the streets anymore and we won’t see people begging and we’ll let them die some more open-mouthed. Really great this virtual world that finally takes away all the misery of the world. Very humanistic.
A very nice breeder tried something funny: putting virtual reality helmets on his cows to make them believe they are in a meadow. So yeah, okay, it’s not really a job to be a cow, but it’s crazy to imagine that we use the metaverse to make them believe that they’re not really in a little box with no pasture or sun. The metaverse really sees cows as ham.