Job Simulator: learn what it was like ‘to job’ in VR

Job simulator is a fun, innovative and interactive virtual reality experience to simulate a work situation. 👩‍💼🧑‍💼👨‍💼

Job simulator, to simulate a work situation in virtual reality:

In “Job simulator”, you are surrounded by robots🤖 that have learned how humans work. This Virtual reality game was developed by Owlchemy Labs known for absurd and highly polished games.

In the office version , the job simulator’s robots will ask you to complete tasks to teach you for example:

  • how to edit a report📈,
  • how to close a deal🤝,
  • how to receive trainees in interview,
  • how to make coffee ☕️
  • or even how to actually, earn money. 💶

 

In Job Simulator, players can relive the glory days of work by simulating the ins and outs of being a gourmet chef, an office worker, a convenience store clerk, and more.

Job Simulator Features

4/5
Moral and Civic Education
13-15 years, 16-18 years, Adult
English, Original version with English subtitles, Original version with French subtitles
Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, STEAM VR compatible headset, HTC compatible headset, Windows Mixed Reality compatible headset, PCVR, PSVR
No time limit
Between $ 15 and $ 45

Use Job simulator for teaching or homeschooling:

👍 Job stimulator: The Pros

+ This virtual reality game is very fun to play, highly interactive, and engaging. 

+ Job simulator is a very original VR application to simply explain to children the world of work.

+ The robots’ point of view, is a nice tricks to talk about jobs without being judgmental.

+ The bots of Job Stimulator will often make adults smile.

👎 Job Stimulator, The Cons:

– Although the game is very innovative, some values of work would not be, in our opinion, necessary to teach to children (as for, finishing late, for example).

– Gives very quickly the desire to do silly things, which can lead to a particular educational dimension.

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