Minecraft, magazine seeks virtual gardeners: children answer the job ad!

Minecraft, magazine seeks virtual gardeners: children answer the job ad!

Minecraft, magazine seeks virtual gardeners

From its first debut to the advanced applications of Ray Tracing in Minecraft, the cubed adventure shows no signs of losing popularity, with millions of players around the world intent on building their own virtual world.

Between mobile devices , PC and console, the creation of Mojang can count on a community of over 120 million people of all ages, among which young and very young stand out. A catchment area made up of enthusiasts, which is now attracting the interest of apparently very distant professional worlds. From the pages of WhatShed, the British magazine dedicated to everything related to gardening, comes a very peculiar job advertisement, aimed at virutal gardeners and landscape architects.

The magazine has in fact decided to assemble a team of Minecraft experts with a passion for gardening and outdoor environments, in order to offer personalized consulting services to other players. The future virtual landscape gardener will work in a smart working regime, with salaries that provide flexibility and compensation of up to 50 pounds per hour. Obviously, the requirements include a very good knowledge of the world of Minecraft and a great deal of creativity. he imagined attracting the attention of a very young audience. A veritable army of children between 10 and 14 has in fact clogged the comments section dedicated to the open position, with concerns about the minimum age and working hours, with videos of their creations and advice for other candidates!

Website hiring 'Minecraft' gardening consultants for virtual landscaping

March 11 (UPI) -- A British website that reviews garden sheds posted a job listing for an unusual $70-per-hour position: Minecraft gardening consultant.

WhatShed said the consultants employed by its Minecraft Gardening Service will lend their video gaming and garden design skills to Minecraft players seeking a little help landscaping in the virtual world of the game.

'Consultants will be able to lend their expertise for achieving gardening excellence while sticking to the player's Minecoin budget (in-game currency),' the company said.

The website said it is seeking candidates with a working knowledge of Minecraft and a 'creative flair.'

'While not essential, previous experience in landscape gardening is beneficial. A passion for gardening/the outdoors must also be demonstrated,' the job posting states.

WhatShed said the consultants will work remotely and can set their own rates, up to $70 an hour.

Applications are being accepted at whatshed.co.uk/virtual-landscape-gardener-in-minecraft.