How to Prepare for Job Opportunities at Meta and the Metaverse?

The metaverse can offer more than just gaming, and can serve different purposes related to work, entertainment, fitness and more.

Career Paths To Consider in the AR/VR Industry

Mark Zuckerberg envisions the ‘metaverse’ as a world that will go beyond the internet.
  1. Software Developers/Engineers

But the Question is….How Do You Prepare for These Roles? 🤔

So where should you get started to be a part of companies building this metaverse?

Focus On Your Skillset

  1. Programming
  • AR(Augmented Reality)
  • VR(Virtual Reality)
  • MR(Mixed Reality)
Internships or volunteering opportunities can be a great way to practice your skills and get started.

Last but never the least…

Optimize Your Resume! 🚀

Building a Future-Proof Career!

  • Move fast
  • Be bold
  • Focus on impact
  • Be pen
  • Build social value

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