How playing video games could kickstart your career

Video gaming skills can be a real boon in the world of work. — AFP Relaxnews

Adding video gaming experience to your CV could be beneficial. In fact, the skills acquired when gaming could be a boon for job hunters as these can be more difficult to learn directly in the world of work.

According to research from Dell and the Institute for the Future, 85% of jobs that will exist in 2030 haven’t been invented yet. While this figure may seem excessive, it bears witness to a trend: the need for constant adaptation among the future generation is essential to keep pace with society’s technological acceleration. And that’s one skill that can be picked up... in video games.

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