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How to get a job in the VR economy

GUEST: When Apple introduced the iPhone in 2007, it kicked off a booming tech ecosystem known as the app economy. And the app economy, in turn, generated hundreds of thousands of new jobs spanning design and development, project management, customer service, IT support, security, and even marketing. Similarly, we can expect to see VR create a […]
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