The job will involve offering professional advice to players about improving their virtual plots.
The British company WhatShed has announced its search for a virtual landscape designer. The fundamental prerequisite for the position is to have an excellent knowledge of Minecraft and good communication skills. The job is remote, so gamers from all over the world can try their luck. The new employee will be paid £50 per hour.
For the money, an expert will be required to assess the current state of construction projects in Minecraft and provide their ideas for improving them whilst also keeping in mind the client's budget. Oddly enough, similar services are being currently offered on the Internet. For example, users on freelance sites are already providing their help with Minecraft landscapes for a reasonable fee.
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