Facebook Announced 10,000 Jobs in European Union for Building the Metaverse


On Monday, 18th October 2021, Facebook announced the plans for hiring 10,000 people across the European Union for the purpose of building the ‘metaverse’, which has been a virtual reality version of the internet, which the company is seeing as the future.

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, which has also been a leading voice in the Silicon Valley hype in the idea of the metaverse, that is going to be responsible in blurring the lines between both the digital world and also in the physical world.

The company ‘Facebook’ said that, the metaverse is having the potential for providing help to its users for unlocking and accessing to a new social, creative, and the opportunities, and the people of the European Union is also going to be shaping it right from the beginning of the idea.

The company said, they are now announcing the plans for the purpose of creating 10,000 new and high skilled jobs within the region of European Union over the upcoming five years, and the hire in the European Union is going to be including some of the highly specialised engineers, but the company has also given very few details of the plans for the new team of metaverse.

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Facebook also said, the European Union is also having a number of advantages that has been responsible in making it a great place for the technology companies for the purpose of investing a large market of the consumers, along with the top-quality talent and first class universities across the region.

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