People Are Getting Paid To Work As Interior Designers On Animal Crossing
Ever since lockdown began, we've been completely hooked to Nintendo's Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
And if you're also addicted to the game, we have some great news - you can now turn your obsession into a savvy money-making side hustle.
Luxury homeware brand Olivia's, is recruiting interior design consultants to provide professional advice to players.
If you're not familiar with Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the Nintendo Switch game is new to 2020 and allows users to make a life for themselves on a desert island.
It's similar to the original Animal Crossing game, which was released in 2001, but a much more modernised, new and improved version.
After creating your Animal Crossing character, it's up to you to build your community, customising your home, garden and making friends with neighbours and residents.
You can build your own furniture, go fishing in the sea and river, hunt for fossils and buried treasure and even play online with others.
It's *so* wholesome, and completely addictive.
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But now, you can actually turn your obsession into a lucrative side hustle. Luxury homeware brand Olivia's has launched a new idea, in which people can pay interior design consultants to create their Animal Crossing homes.
*And* you can earn up to £40 an hour doing it.
In a press release, Olivia's founder Nick Moutter said: "The release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons couldn't have come at a better time,
"With everyone social distancing and many people completely isolated from friends and family, this game allows them to stay connected while immersing themselves in a virtual world away from the stresses and restrictions of current life."
Olivia's is recruiting for interior design consultants now and all you need to do is head over to the website to apply.
Four key skills are required: A working knowledge of Animal Crossing: New Horizons; strong communication skills, confidence in remote working and - although not essential - previous experience in interior design is beneficial.
Responsibilities will include: Evaluating a client's home and giving feedback; providing clients with suggestions within their budget and creating multiple designs for each client should they want to redesign in the future.
At up to £40 an hour, this could be more than just a side hustle! Brb, just off to apply...
Featured Image Credit: Nintendo
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