Rewards as a Game Tester for Playing Online Jigsaw Puzzles

It started about 20 years ago. I have a Nintendo Gameboy and haven't had the opportunity to play puzzles online at this time. But Gameboy and I were connected at the waist (more precisely, with my hands). I played Tetris in front of the school. I played Tetris at lunch. I played Tetris during the break. I played Tetris at home. The night I thought my parents fell asleep, I even had a Gameboy flashlight that I could use to play Tetris.



After 20 years, it is still the same. Since I work from home, it has the advantage of being easily distracted by the regulators without worrying. My love for Tetris shifted to love for other games such as Bejeweled 2, Super Text Twist, Zuma Deluxe, Plants vs. Zombies. Play online puzzles. I often play.

It was a strange story about how this happened. I did my last accounting job and was so crazy about online games that I played at work. Well, my manager saw me playing puzzles online and I was immediately fired. This was a terrible experience in the short term, but in the long term it is one of the best I have experienced.

After finding a bookkeeping job for almost a year, I decided to pursue my passion for video games by applying for a game tester that can play jigsaw puzzles online all day. This article omits company names to maintain anonymity, but you can find them online at sites such as monster.com and jobs.com.

When I found two interesting companies, I applied for both and relied on the actual employees of these companies to confirm my passion for playing jigsaw puzzles online for work. My secret to success is that I personally wanted to tell someone who wanted to know more about the company culture. One tip is that people in the video game industry want to talk about their work (and who can blame them).

Here I have a life I always dreamed of. Some tips to get you started:
1) Find someone in your profession and talk to him. Of course, he likes to talk about this subject-we all do it.

2) Focus on major recruiting companies and make the most of gambling industry expertise. If you have the experience, it ’s great. If not, please do something else in your resume/cover letter and explain your expertise.

3) Participate in contests (local and online) to make connections. These will announce your name.

Good luck! Someday you will be able to play online puzzles like me too.

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