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how do u get a job?


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As Maddy says, it's not easy to earn a lot of L$ in SL.  There's very little demand for unskilled labor, and what there is doesn't pay well.  You'd have to work long hours -- instead of exploring or having fun -- to earn much. You can also pick up pocket change by playing some games (like Linden Realms or PaleoQuest) or entering contests.  If you have good skills as a creator -- a scripter, a builder, a 3D modeller, an animator -- or if you are a good performer -- a musucian or a DJ -- you can earn quite a bit.  Those careers are quite competitive, though, and they take a while to break into.  At least for a while (maybe a year or two) it's probably smart to buy L$ on the Linden Exchange instead of trying to earn them.

The good news is that you don't need much L$ at all.  You don't have to sleep under a bridge or live on Ramen noodles.  There is a lot of good quality free clohing (and other things) too.  You don't need to buy land or rent a home.  You can live quite comfortably by saving your lunch money once a week and buying L$ with it instead. And it will help your diet.

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It´s a bit like RL.

First think about what you can do, others may need you for.

Then walk around check places that could offer these jobs and look for appliance-boxes or ask the place-owner.

Jepp, work in SL is more for the fun not the income. (That´s like alot of jobs in RL too, now):matte-motes-sunglasses-1:

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You can look for jobs in the Employment forum on this site, and also in world, by using Search and looking in the Classified Ad section, in the Employment sub-section.  Note that most employers will want you to have at least 30 days of experience in Second Life before they will consider hiring you.

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